FairyLoot November Unboxing: Royals & Rogues

Posted November 28, 2016 by Silvia in Subscription Boxes / 1 Comment

FairyLoot - Royals & Rogues

Then, in November, Royalty comes to the houses of FairyLoot‘s subscribers to pay their homage!

Remember my October unboxing and all the excitement for the steampunk-y things? Now, double that for this box. When you pick a theme you are particularly fond of, chances you won’t find things great are very low, but is it possible to get enraptured every time a bit more? Apparently yes, and you’re about to find that when you see the items they put together for this month’s theme: ROYALS & ROGUES.

Ready? Enjoy the royally awesome box and give a serious thought about giving it a go yourself . . .

QUEEN OF BOOKS MUG | Read at Midnight

FairyLoot - Royals & Rogues: Mug

First time they include a ceramic mug in one of their boxes, and I think it’s safe to say we all hope it’s not the last one! This is possibly my personal fave item so far, just look at it . . . Yes, it’s royally beautiful. No, I’m not ashamed to use it as a sort of case for my colourful gel pens. Yeah, I feel in my own world while staring at it. <3

ROYALS & ROGUES TEA | The Tea Leaf Company

FairyLoot - Royals & Rogues: Tea

Tea. As a person who lives in UK, should I really explain why this puts a grin on my face? And Royal & Rogues Earl Grey. Can I shake hands with those working at The Tea Leaf Company? I also think it’s very thoughtful they included a few disposable tea filters in case some of us didn’t have a strainer.


FairyLoot - Royals & Rogues: Pocket Mirror

I didn’t read the Wrath and the Dawn duology, but this quote still had an impact on me. In fact, it kinda makes me wonder why I haven’t grabbed the books yet. Will have to change that and keep this lovely mirror in my purse, after all who said it needs to be on a wall to reassure a Queen of her boundless glory? 😉


FairyLoot - Royals & Rogues: Notepad

Leave it to The Throne of Glass series to inspire artists and to FairyLoot to bring you the goodies. This notepad looks seriously good, so much so that it pains you to write on it. However, I could still fall into temptation and write a few quotes or draw something on a few pages. *do not disturb, creative mind at work*


FairyLoot - Royals & Rogues: Soap

I’m telling you, this soap shaped like crystals smells soooo good!! Definitely plan on using it, and they said in order to understand what it symbolizes we must read the book sent in this box first, so imagine how particularly intrigued I am . . . The mystery of the scented (DA FEELS) soap starts now!

ART PRINTS | LovelyOwlsBooks & Bookotter

FairyLoot - Royals & Rogues: Art Prints

We got two art prints by two different artists, both inspired by Red Queen and—I think you will agree with me on this—both equally gorgeous! The one on the right even has a character illustration on the back, which makes it particularly unique. Aaaand off on the wall they go!

NEMESIS | Anna Banks

FairyLoot - Royals & Rogues: Book

Not gonna lie—do I, ever?—this book has been on my list for a while now thanks to all the bloggers who have been putting it under my nose in more than one Waiting on Wednesday. Indeed, this super-happy reader can’t wait to start living an adventure in the exotic kingdom full of mythical creatures and magic this book promises!

I think this time saying I loved everything doesn’t cover it, does it? Bless you, FairyLoot, really!

FairyLoot - Royals & Rogues: Unboxing

Next month’s box should be out of this world!! And I mean literally since the theme is: SCI-FI ADVENTURE! *yahoo* Don’t miss my unboxing, it’s also going to be the last post of the year. My, my, time flies . . .

Oh, before I go, I think you might like to see the unexpected extra gift that was in the box. You know, in case you still have ANY doubts about this subscription box and the fact it’s worth every penny 😉

FairyLoot - Royals & Rogues: Tote Bag


About Silvia

Through her creativity and blogging, Silvia has met people from different industries and collaborated with them on various projects over the years. Her strong passion for reading and her fascination for different cultures and languages have led her to develop a keen interest in the East-Asian continent. Off to see her? Follow the colourful book road . . . ♡

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