Juneberry is a bi-monthly Canadian subscription box, each having 4-5 different lifestyle items. The cost is $28.50CAD every two months, and they have free shipping to Canada and the United States. You can also pre-pay for 3 or 6 months which lowers the price. Since prices are in CAD, it’s even cheaper for all you American friends reading this! There is also a shop where you can purchase items from past boxes. There is also a coupon code at the end for new subscribers, so make sure you read all the way through!
This box was BUSTING open! They had a ton of tape wrapped around it to keep it shut. I definitely like seeing a box like that! Normally they include a product information card, with some details on their theme, and some little extra decorative things but those were both missing this month.
Infinity Scarf–This is the one item that was spoiled this month. They included this so that their “Junebugs” (subscribers) can stay warm while exploring their cities. I have mixed feelings about this scarf. The colour is super gorgeous and it’s SO soft. It’s also a great length to do the double wrap around. The downside is that I’m terrible at actually wearing scarves. I have quite a few but just never think to put them on when I’m getting ready in the morning. You’d think scarves would be my go-to accessory with these -30C temperatures we have been having. This has been added to my scarf rod in the closet though and we will see what happens! It’s definitely a great scarf!
Leg Warmers–I like the concept of boot cuffs and leg warmers, but so often my calves are too thick for them to fit properly. I do love the look of them with leggings and boots though. Plus they are a great, stylish, way to keep a bit warmer while still being comfortable! These are knit and I can’t quite tell if they are a black/grey or if there is some blue in it. I’m happy to report that since it’s a bit of a stretchy knit, they fit my legs great! Now I just need to fix my boots so that I can wear these.
Bath Bomb–I’m excited about these! We finally got the plug on our bathtub fixed a few months ago, so now I can soak in the tub without it draining on me. I didn’t want to take them out of the package yet because they are extremely crumbly.
Essie Nail Polish–I feel like they have sent this out before, so I’m a bit disappointed to get a repeat item. According to my posts, it was just over a year ago that this was sent out. It’s a *slightly* different colour, but pretty much the same. It has a magnet on the top that you can use to create designs after applying the polish. I never actually used the previous colour, it’s just not really my shade. I think I would feel better about this polish if it was a very different shade from before.
Rings–I’m not a huge fan of gold but I do like how these have a bit of a brassy look to them. Right now they only fit on one finger, so that’s not the best sign. Rings are so tough with different sizes. It might have been better if they had included adjustable rings, but these are still pretty!
I enjoyed this month. I wish there was a product card because they always have great explanations on them, so I hope that’s not going to be a trend. The only disappointment in this box was the nail polish, but that’s just because it’s pretty much exactly what they have sent out before. These items are great for the staycation theme, bath bombs for relaxing in the tub, a scarf and leg warmers to keep you warm at home or exploring your city with rings on your fingers for some added style. You can also just relax at home and paint your nails.
If you like the looks of this box you can subscribe here! Make sure you use code “AF007XJBP” when you sign up to save 5% and get a free gift! You can change the currency option when subscribing if you are in the US so you know exactly what your cost will be.