Geek {Chic} Monthly – November 2016: Harry Potter Box!

Geek {Chic} Monthly provides you with 4 – 5 fandom-inspired merchandise, all matching the month’s chosen fandom/theme. In addition to jewelry, you may also receive other goodies such as decals & stickers, coin purses, candles & soap and more.


Geek {Chic} Monthly
Cost: $15.00 USD per month.
Shipping Costs: $3.00 to the US / $10.00 to Canada / $15.00 to the rest of the world.
Payment Method: Credit Card.
Mailed Out: by the 15th of each month.
**Note: this subscription auto-renews and you are billed on the 15th of each month**

There were delays last month, so my box was shipped on November 28th and arrived December 9th. November’s theme is obviously Harry Potter, I love the design on the box with the Hogwarts Houses!




There is a themed contents card included each month that outlines the items in the box.


The reverse always features artwork based on the theme – this is a lovely moody look at the Hogwarts castle under Dementor patrol. I like sticking up these cards at my desk at work, I have a few from this box on display at the moment. :)


Something a little different this month – the items were wrapped in a letter from Hogwarts, lol.


Snitch Soap from Bamber Botanicals: that is a clever bit of packaging, putting the Snitch wings on the plastic. But looking at the Etsy shop this is from, I do wish the actual soap itself had been designed to look like the Snitch, as there are some intricately designed soaps sold by the same person. Still, I appreciate the inclusion of a useful non-accessory item, following on from the candle in last month’s box, so this is neat.


Lightning Bolt Earrings (on Estsy for £2.50 or $4.22 AUD): The cardboard backing that the earrings are sent on had these odd dust marks on them – not sure why, and it does take away from the presentation, but the earrings themselves are in pristine condition.


Wrap Style Bracelet: (on Estsy for £4 or $6.75 AUD; also on Aliexpress for about $1 USD). This is a lovely bracelet, and one I like a lot, especially as I already have a similar version! It’s very cute with the owl, Snitch and Deathly Hallows charms. <3


Closer look at the details on this bracelet – I think the leather braiding is a cool touch!


Charm Necklace (on ebay for $9.49 USD or $12.74 AUD; also on etsy for £20.40 or $34.44). This is definitely the hero item of the box! I haven’t seen a necklace like this before that’s so laden with charms!


There’s tons of gorgeous details here, so much to look at!


I might be wrong, but I believe these are from left to right: the Mirror of Erised, Hufflepuff’s Cup, Slytherin’s Locket, a Snitch and the Sorting Hat. That last makes me snicker, look at the grumpy look on the Hat’s face!


These are the Deathly Hallows, a lightning bolt, Ravenclaw’s Diadem, a reference to Snape’s devotion to Lily, a Death Eater tattoo and Tom Riddle’s Diary (after it’s been stabbed with Gryffindor’s Sword, given its condition).


This is a great box for Americans, it’s good value for money and you receive a range of gorgeous accessories and other cool items to thrill your fannish heart.

Find Out More: You can view sneak peaks, spoilers and more from Geek {Chic} Monthly on Facebook and Instagram.

***GIVEAWAY*** I reached the 1,000+ followers milestone on instagram, and I’ve decided to do a giveaway for this box with all the contents as above – see this post for details on how to enter if you’re interested!

I purchased this box, and this review is based on my personal opinion. No compensation was received.



I'm from Australia. I love cats. And I'm addicted to subscription boxes!
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