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Subscription services are everywhere and you can get a monthly subscription for almost anything, from video content to meals to socks. Unless you are a passionate connoisseur of those things sometimes it is hard to justify signing up for one of them unless it solves a problem or fulfills a need in your life. See the above video as I unbox a package from Menlo Club.

That’s why Menlo Club is pretty valuable as they send recipients a monthly package featuring 2 items that are essential for someone’s wardrobe.  It’s pretty impressive, especially since they have Chris Paul and JJ Watt collaborating with them.  I came across this brand a couple months ago and it did intrigue me with what the pieces they were offering for the different styles they were promoting.
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It’s really easy to sign up

    1. You fill out a short quiz to get the right sizing and style for you 
    2. You submit your payment and choose what type of packaging you want
    3. Once you are done with that you will get exclusive pricing and details 

You can sign up here

If you are a US Citizen make sure you take a look at Menlo House for some sweet deals on singular items then you should definitely browse here.

See below for some of the styles you can choose from.

As you can see there are different styles to choose from so let me know if you decided to sign up and which style you chose!

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Here are some cool details and pics about the items I got.

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I really like material and quality of the shirt but I do appreciate the subtle but visible branding.

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Overall, the quality of the clothing is great for the price. It’s something I will wear a lot for nights out or for my 9-5 job. For the price you pay and the items you get it is solid if you can budget for a monthly service and don’t have enough time to go shop.

Let me know what you think and let me know if anything from Menlo catches your eyes!

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