Five Four Club is a monthly men’s clothing subscription service. For $60 per month (often less via online deals and coupons) you get a selection of clothing items valued at about $120 (they advertise it as a 50% discount). Five Four Club used to be a retail brand but the clothing is now strictly available through this subscription service.
Customization is limited to a very basic style profile where you choose from two basic categories: one very casual with simple colors and patterns (that’s what hubby chose) and the other brighter and trendier, and featuring more patterns and brighter colors. Returns are not allowed, and exchanges are permitted for sizing issues only. Also worth noting, if/when you want to cancel Five Four Club you must do so by calling in and speaking to a representative (there is no option via the website).
You can see all my Five Four Club reviews here. Without further ado, here’s what we got this month:
Five Four Rochelle Jacket This was the only clothing item this month, since it’s a more valuable piece. It’s a medium-weight jacket with a cotton base and faux leather sleeves. It fits hubby well, and while it’s not something he’d ever pick out he does like it. It’s not quite heavy enough for our Minnesota winters (although he did wear it to Christmas dinner) but I think it will see quite a bit of use in fall and spring.
Summary: This month was good, but not great. The jacket fits well, looks good, and is useful, although he has been getting lots of jackets lately so at some point it’s just too many (why not some sweaters, Five Four?). Also hubby isn’t really a “scarf for everyday” type, but it will get worn for the occasional dressier event or occasion.
Interested in trying Five Four Club for yourself? Use this link to get $30 off your first month (regular price $60) and we get credit too, yay!
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