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Five Four Club is a subscription for Men’s clothing. For a flat $60 a month you get two or three pieces of clothing. There is an easy survey to take so that the clothing sent fits the taste of the man in question. I found getting a guy to take the survey was not that hard and it was in all a painless process.
When you put in your first Five Four Club order it will be shipped pretty fast. This makes it a really good gift for a guys birthday or something that you may have waited a bit to long to buy, or have no idea what to get. I was really surprised that I got my order in less than a week!
It came in a plain plastic envelope which was fine. I am not as seduced by packaging as some people. I have also been known to use Trader Joe’s bags as wrapping paper. I try to play it off that I am “quirky” and “unconventional” but honestly I just hate wrapping things.
Hamilton T shirt $32:
Here it is being modeled by a poor young man who is routinely cowed into such nonsense:
Close up of zipper detail:
It is a nice black T shirt that says casual while at the same time boldly hinting at a secret life of underground BDSM clubs. The leather zipper or zipple as I am calling it, is something I actually like but can see how some might decide it was not for them. I think it looks nice on, and adds some euro trash flair that is lacking in most American men’s closets.
Slim fitting with cute antique white buttons this shirt was a winner. I like that it is slim fit. I don’t like that I am going to have to iron the shirt. I hate to iron. I just laughed because typing ‘I have to iron’ makes it seem like I do it all the time, which is untrue.
Anyway the material on this is a little on the thin side but might be good for those hot summer days when you are forced to wear a button up or want to make up stories about the inheritance you were left by your great great grand uncle who was sent to a madhouse for collecting buttons.
I was a little disappointed that there were two black shirts in the bag. I don’t know too much about men’s clothing but I feel like they could have sent another color to break up all the black. Perhaps they think that I am the formal type always demanding to be escorted to the “GOOD” 7-Eleven. They are right.
While I think it looks nice on, the fabric did not feel as soft or have the quality of a $50 shirt. This one might end up on the trade list.
Final Verdict: I think Five Four Club is a good value for $60 and one of the better choices for a men’s subscription. I have seen other clothing subscriptions and they seem to be a bit expensive and more involved. I like paying a flat rate fee better than messing around with sending things back and forth. I am looking forward to my next shipment to get a better idea of how well Five Four Club does among the menfolk. It is refreshing to get something that isn’t socks or a tie!