Little Poppy Bow Subscription: July 2017 Bows
It’s July and that means I have some new bows to review for you! This month I’m blown away by the quality of the bows I received from Little Poppy. Truly, the Little Poppy Co. bow subscription keeps getting better. (I haven’t bought other bows for months!) Before we dive into Little Poppy Co. July bows, let’s review how this bow subscription works.
An Introduction to Little Poppy Co.
When I found out about Little Poppy Co., I loved the subscription-based premise. Sign up and for $11/month ($15 with shipping) you receive three seasonal bows in the mail. The Little Poppy Co. July bows include TWO hand-sewn fabric bows and one leather bow. Three bows of this quality could easily cost over $50 from other shops! (I know $50 for three tiny bows sounds totally insane, but people do it!)
I think a Little Poppy Co. subscription is perfect for anyone that’s a little bit obsessed with bows (like me). But I also think it’s an absolutely darling gift. I’d love to give a Little Poppy subscription at a baby shower or as a first birthday gift. And bows are a darling stocking stuffer at Christmas. They have several gift options in the shop. Can you tell it’s really not hard for me to justify buying bows?
Speaking of the shop, Little Poppy runs an exclusive shop for add-ons you can order on top of the regular subscription bows. Little Poppy announces their exclusive bows on Instagram, and they often sell out very quickly. This month they offered embroidered ribbon bows in a variety of styles. In the shop they also sell pigtail sets in case you want two of each bow for an additional fee.
Like most subscription boxes, the biggest downfall is that you’re not picking out what you’re paying for. Sometimes you get three bows that you’re bananas about, sometimes you might only like one. The nice thing is that unlike many subscription services, you’ll get to see what the bows look like before they arrive through the monthly reveals on Instagram. After seeing those images, I love checking my mail for the new bows!
Little Poppy strives to please everyone by increasing the quality of their bows, offering a wide range of colors, and a mix of different bow styles. I’ve loved introducing new styles into my bow collection.
I loved all three bows that came in my July subscription. So let’s talk about my Little Poppy Co. July bows!
Red Leather Bow
The red leather bow is my designated Fourth of July bow. I think it will look pretty adorable with the Cat & Jack popsicle print dress I picked up at Target. But I’ve always loved red as an accent color, and it’s a surprisingly versatile option year-round.
This red leather bow is a big improvement over the walnut brown faux leather bow Little Poppy sent subscribers in March, which was not one of my favorites. It’s a completely different shape from the yellow leather bow subscribers received in April. The bows are different enough to keep me interested. I’m not sick of genuine leather bows yet!
Navy Ballet Bow
A hand-sewn navy blue bow with white dots is exactly something I would buy. As a matter of fact, I own a schoolgirl bow in a very similar fabric. This is another great bow for Fourth of July festivities. I personally think this style of bow works a bit better as a headband. It would look adorable with a classic summer eyelet dress!
Mustard Poppy Bow
I know a lot of people love mustard yellow/goldenrod, but it’s not a color I turn to often. It looks beautiful with the bold red & classic blue bow in this month’s set, and I am thrilled to see two hand-sewn bows from Little Poppy Co. in one month. However, this is the bow that will likely see the least wear around here. Still, this is definitely a high quality bow.
I love that the Little Poppy Co. July bows are made with high quality materials! This month’s trio is a really a fun take on a classic Fourth of July palette. I’m so excited to see what Little Poppy will come up with next!
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My name is Kate and I live in a California beach town with my husband & baby girl. At High Low Baby, I review baby products at high and low price points.