FabFitFun and Pinterest Partner for the Subscription Box of Your Dreams
With the exception of Netflix’s movie updates, there’s nothing we look forward to more at the start of a month that knowing that our beloved subscription boxes are en route, chock-full of plenty of fabulous goods to kick the next 30 days off right. FabFitFun, a top pick for quarterly health-inspired finds, just upped the boxed ante, however, with an epic collaboration with Pinterest that will have everyone clamoring to sign up.
On June 19, users can purchase the first-ever Pinterest Box, a curated collection comprised of trending items found in the Pinterest 100 list — a data-driven list of all the hottest searches via the platform in a given year.
“At FabFitFun, we see our boxes as your favorite Pinterest board come to life and delivered to your door four times a year. We’re also a data-driven company that relies heavily on consumer feedback, so the synergy with Pinterest is a no-brainer partnership for us,” FabFitFun co-founder and editor-in-chief, Katie Rosen Kitchens, explained in a press release. “We combined their industry leading trend forecasting with the power of our merchandising and data science to create a box that features some amazing products that we know are going to become instant favorites.”
She isn’t kidding. The box, which is the first of four shipments in a seasonal $50 subscription plan with auto-renewal or an annual $180 fee, includes fashion, beauty, and home steals approximately valued at more than $208+.
Inside, you’ll find a Pier 1 Imports Sage Vase ($20), Tarte Lifted Sweatproof Mascara ($23), R+Co Acv Acid-Wash Cleanser ($32), The Jetset Diaries Passport Case + Luggage Tag Duo ($28), Talking Table Dip Sticks Charades ($14), a LORAC Pro Matte Lip Color ($19) in your choice of nude or rose, a bag of KPOP Seaweed Snacks ($11 per case), and your choice of a B-Low the Belt vegan studded clutch ($72) or a Summer & Rose scarf.
Sign us up, baby!
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