*This post contains affiliate links. Please see my Disclosure Policy for more information.FiveFourClubJune2015Five 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.

My husband is a traditional Midwestern “t-shirt and jeans” type, but his adventurous side was sparked when he came across Five Four Club online. He debated about signing up for awhile but never did pull the trigger, so when Father’s Day rolled around I gave it as a gift. And I’m glad I did! We were both ready that it might be a total bust, and that that was okay because the ‘adventure’ of it was part of the fun, but it turned out he got two really useful pieces that fit great. Win!


The “box” arrived as a no-frills plain white bubble envelope.

FiveFourClubJune2015_2First up: The Five Four Club “Trabuco” in navy blue.

It’s a basic henley-style tee but updated with 3/4 length sleeves — which is extremely flattering on the hubby, and actually represents just the right amount of fashion bravery for him.

When we went through the basic style profile we went with XL in tops to be on the safe side (he’s somewhere between an L and an XL depending on brand) and glad we did because this fits perfectly.

FiveFOurClubJune2015_3Next up: The Five Four Club “Senwood” in a dark gray/black.

It’s a basic blazer (polyester) and something my husband doesn’t have but will definitely use for slightly dressier occasions, likely styled with the navy henley and a pair of crisp jeans. Also an XL and also fits great, although the long sleeves are just barely long enough (he has long arms and wears ‘talls’ whenever possible, which Five Four Club does not offer).

Summary: Loved it! Neither of these items are something he would have picked out for himself if he went shopping, but they work and he likes them! So this box definitely served its purpose in stretching his comfort zone (in a good way) and in providing a good value — especially for the blazer because it’s something he would not have invested in otherwise. Also we found a coupon code for $20 off the first box (it’s expired now but looks like there are always coupons coming and going so definitely check) so that increased the overall value even more. He’s so happy he decided to let it roll one more month and see what he gets next time. We’ll keep you posted!

Interested in trying Five Four Club for yourself? Use this link to get $30 off your first month (and we get credit too, yay!).

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