Five 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 now strictly available through this subscription service.
You can see all my Five Four Club reviews here.
The concept is fun in theory, but this is for grown men and in reality aren’t you just littering? It doesn’t have an inspirational or otherwise uplifting message that will make someone’s day if they come across it, and there’s no place to personalize it or anything (not that you would necessarily want to label your litter), so it ultimately just seems silly.
Five Four Crestone Button Down in Wine This looks like a solid color from afar but up close it actually has flecks of yellow in the somewhat rugged weave. Like most Five Four shirts it works as a basic, but has just a little bit of a twist to it. It fits well and hubby likes it!
Five Four Ritz Jacket in Navy The invoice says navy, but this is actually black and white. And this jacket is also, interestingly, reversible. It’s a heavy sweatshirt-like fabric, and fits well. This will get a lot of use!
Summary: Getting lots of button-downs, but hubby wears those to work so that’s okay. Plus he can always use more jackets and top layers, and the fact that the pieces always coordinate well together makes it easy for him to put things together on the fly/in the am. This was a good month!
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