Wantable Intimates Box [April 2014]

I love getting mail. Even more than normal mail, I love getting packages, which has turned into a slow addiction to online shopping. Especially monthly boxes, though I’ve restrained myself to stay at two – which meant trading in NatureBox for Wantable Intimates last year to go along with Birchbox. It’s sometimes fun to see what other people get in their boxes, so, here is my April box!


This was a two-box kind of month. When I opened my first box the pair of underwear on top was an XXL pair that wasn’t on my packing slip, and after taking it all out I realized that I’d gotten a too-large pair of underwear instead of a Steve Madden chemise. Bummer! Luckily their customer service quickly (seriously, both times shipping took two days to go halfway across the country!) sent me a new box with another tank top and pair of underwear.


Bella + Canvas – Janet Racerback Tank (Yellow, Large) [$22.90]
Pima Apparel – Cotton Racerback Tank (Pink, XL) [$8.49]

A few months ago I got the Bella + Canvas tank in pink, and was excited to get another! It’s long enough for my tall torso, and really soft. Because it’s light, I probably would never wear it on it’s own, but it’s a wonderful layering tank. The pink tank top is a little big, but super was super comfy to sleep in.


Sock It To Me – Brown Bird Socks [$12]
Honeydew – Scarlette Hipster Panties (Grey salt/cupcake, Large) [$14]
Rhonda Shear – Cheeky Lace Panty (Cotton candy pink, Medium) [$22.90]

These are some of the best knee socks I’ve worn as far as size. I have big size 10 feet and long legs, so sometimes socks are a little too tight, but these aren’t! The bird pattern is pretty fun too. Of the two pairs of underwear, I LOVE the grey and pink! They are so comfortable, and super cute. The pale pink pair is less practical and more … decorative. I wouldn’t buy another pair, especially since they retail at $23, but I’m okay keeping these in my underwear drawer.

This was a pretty good box! I’d put my subscription on hold for a few months, and this was a good way to get it back.


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