I heard of Fairyloot when I was doing research for my own bookish subscription and absolutely fell in love. Fairyloot is much more high end than the boxes I do and until now I’ve never had the chance to subscribe.

I ordered my box as soon as I possibly could on the 1st August. I had a long and impatient wait for it to be shipped late September. 

Well I can say it was definitely worth the wait. I love it and will definitely be subscribing to these boxes on a more permanent basis for sure.

The box itself was fantastic with its fairyloot design and inner quote.

When I opened the box I was greeted to a mass of purple shredded paper and the note describing each of the items within the box. 


I carefully unpacked the box and marvelled at the contents. Many of the items were based on the Grisha novels which was perfect since I am currently reading Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo.

I’ve got a couple of close up’s of my favourite items in this box.

The Candle by Castle of Fables – designed for the box in the scent of Corporalki from the Grisha books. I love the smell of this it reminds me somewhat a little of Snow Fairy from Lush. 


This little necklace,  wow it’s super cute. Little Russian doll from Pastelclouds.

I am really looking forward to reading the book which was not only a hardback but also came with a signed sticker and matching bookmark from Behind The Pages.

The book is called  Vassa In The Night by Sarah Porter.

I would rate this box a 5/5. 

I love the entirety of the contents and the effort put into the presentation.

If you would like to get your hands on a Fairyloot box you can do so here. Boxes are available for purchase on the 8th of the month but come in limited quanity and sell out very fast. I’ve missed the October Steampunk box but I’ll be waiting to get my hands on the November box Royals and Rogues.

Boxes cost £26 which is around £32 after shipping. 

Thanks for reading. 

The Stationery Geekette x 

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