Review: TreatBox from Not Shabby Very Chic

Disclosure: This product was sent to us free of charge for the purpose of this review. However, as per my disclaimer, this review represents our honest opinion of the product.

Not Shabby Very ChicProduct: TreatBox from Not Shabby Very Chic

Price: £12.95

Age Range: n/a

Manufacturer’s Description: So do you Remember those lucky dip bags when you were younger? Well these are like those a complete surprise, but even better, because they are filled with gorgeous pieces! Boxes can also be purchased up front so a 3 or 6 month box. These are paid in advance. Doing so will save you a percentage depending on which one you pick!

Rating: (5/5 stars)

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Review: I love subscription boxes, and this one has to be one of my favourites so far. For just £12.95 including delivery (within the UK), you get a letterbox friendly box of gorgeous goodies. My review box certainly brought a smile to my face – just what I needed!

TreatBox is a monthly box with a limited number of boxes being produced each month. You either buy each box in advance when they become available to purchase, or you can sign up to 3 months or 6 months in advance – which comes with the benefit of a discount. 

TreatBox Review

In my TreatBox, I received:

  • Bee Yourself coaster
  • Sass & Belle “Follow your dreams” sign
  • Sass & Belle owl paperclips
  • Home Sweet Home sign
  • Frame
  • Quote print
  • East of India lavender salts
  • East of India stickers

How gorgeous is that lot? I just love the stickers, I am going to put them on birthday cards and letters to my friends. The Bee coaster replaced a freebie one I had sitting on my desk – and looks so much nicer!

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As for the owl paperclips, they are tucked safely into my filofax to mark pages with, and I have been rearranging my notice board to put my new pretty things on! I printed an old photo of my Mum when she was a girl to put in the little frame – and I think it looks great.

I really love the “Follow your Dreams” sign and I am going to look up at this whenever I am sitting on my desk and thinking that I am a stupid idiot for trying to go down the “work for yourself from home” route. It will give me motivation to get me through my doubtful periods! The style of it is just perfect.

TreatBox Review

£12.95 is one of the lowest price points I have seen for a subscription box, and the value is great! I couldn’t believe how much I got in the box for that, and such good brands too. I really enjoyed getting this box, it was full of beautiful surprises and I will definitely use and enjoy them for a long time to come. 

The box comes in a large letter sized box which means it should fit through all standard letterboxes – which means no worrying about your postman leaving it outside to get rained on and completely ruined (I may be a little bitter about this… we’ve been having some “issues” lately with parcels). This is a huge plus point for me as it is one less thing to worry about – especially if you are gifting a box to someone who works full time out of the home.

5 stars for this gorgeous subscription box! I will certainly be treating myself to one of these in future, and I have my eye on their upcoming Christmas box too.

6 thoughts on “Review: TreatBox from Not Shabby Very Chic

  1. Oh wow! How have I not heard of this before? It is gorgeous and just my sort of thing. What a lovely box of goodies. It certainly is a Treat Box! x

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