*This post contains affiliate links. Please see my Disclosure Policy for more information. Five-Four-Club-JulyFive Four Club is a monthly men’s clothing subscription service. For $60 per month 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 is apparently now strictly available through the subscription service.

This is a late review for the July delivery (oops! Getting back on track). You can see all of my Five Four Club reviews here.

Five-Four-Club-Preview-JulyMy husband is a traditional Midwestern “t-shirt and jeans” type, but this subscription started as a Father’s Day gift when he thought it looked like fun. And his first box was a hit, so he allowed it to continue for at least another month.

First glance at this delivery: Two tees and a pair of jeans! Here are the details:

Five-Four-Club-July-Tee-1Calumet Tee, $35 This is dark blue with red lettering appliques. I’m really not a fan of bold branding like this, but it is a nice, heavy-weight material and the hubby doesn’t care about the logo. It’s crisp and new and he’s already worn it a couple of times. Win!

Five-Four-Club-Tee-JulyLudlow Tee, $38 Another nice thick t-shirt, this one with a heather texture, contrast side panels and a fun little duck pattern inside the collar. I was worried the hubs wouldn’t go for the earthy shade of pink but, surprisingly, he likes it! He pulls it off, too. Another win!

Five-Four-Club-Jeans-JulyFulton blue jeans, $78 These are valuable, actually. The hubby was in kind of a jean rut and these have a great fit, perfect length, and these interesting panel accents that make them look just a little more upscale. These are a major win.

Total value: $151 (65% off)

Summary: Of course the t-shirts seem totally overpriced (while he is wearing them he’d never spend almost $40 on just a tee), but this isn’t a bargain shopping box. He’s getting it more for fun and to stretch his fashion horizons/refresh his closet a little. And for that, this is a total win. There is a lot of value here, the pieces are unique compared to his usual Old Navy stuff, and they do seem to be pretty great quality. He’s going to let it go another month. :)

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