5 Things to ShopandBox from Germany

After finding out that our favourite brand of traveling accessories Rimowa is that much more affordable when ShopandBoxed from Germany, we decided to hunt for what you get from the country to maximise your shipping and service fees. While you’re already ShopandBoxing a 22″ luggage bag, why not stuff it with delectable goodies and products to save on the DHL fees?

Our very own Boxer Mattini from Germany has a list of things that she recommends you Shoppers to get. From the nation’s most popular cosmetic brand Zoeva to high-street and high-fashion collab Rodarte x & Other Stories, here’s what you should ShopandBox from Germany:


Photo credits to Zoeva

Photo credits to Zoeva

Founded by Zoe Boikou in 2008, Zoeva is most popular for its range of makeup brushes, offering more than 50 makeup tools and 100 colours for a full face makeup routine. Our Shoppers are currently into the brand’s Rose Golden Complete Set Volume I (+ Add To Wishlist), featuring  15 essential face and eye brushes with eye-catching black and rose gold tone handles. Or you can add on the Nude Spectrum Eyeshadow Palette (+ Add To Wishlist) that has 15 ultra-micronized earthy-hued eyeshadows for your day-to-night makeup look.




If you’re frustrated at constantly getting your luggage cases cracked after you get back from traveling, try out Rimowa’s sleek aluminium and magnesium case luggage accessories. Lightweight and sturdy at the same time, Rimowa’s cabin bags are a stylish addition to your travel necessities, and the best part is that you get to save a lot more when you ShopandBox Rimowa from Germany! Read more on our price comparison here to find out how much you can save.



Photo credits to Birkenstock

Photo credits to Birkenstock

Another German brand that you might not be aware of is Birkenstock. These cork sandals are popular for good reason: the footbed of the shoes distributes the weight of the body evenly for comfort and well being, whether you have wide or narrow feet. Birkenstock in Germany offers a wide selection of shoes that are not available yet overseas, such as the new season’s textile grey suede Arizona sandals and even Birkenstock wedges for that extra height you need.


Rodarte x & Other Stories collection

Photo credits to Rodarte x & Other Stories

Photo credits to Rodarte x & Other Stories

Fans of Kate and Laura Mulleavy’s brainchild, the high fashion brand Rodarte will be glad to know that its collaboration with H&M’s & Other Stories will be available at the e-store in Germany. While it hasn’t gotten a cult following like H&M’s collaboration with Balmain, Rodarte x & Other Stories is one find LA-inspired collection that you’d wanna wear from day to night, from patchwork leather skirts and sequin dresses to embellished cardigans and crushed velvet shorts. 




Photo credits to Pinterest

We aren’t surprised at some of our Shoppers’ requests to ShopandBox Haribo Gummi Bears from Germany (it was founded in the nation back in 1893), but one candy you need to get has got to be the Mozartkugeln. This marzipan candy with layers of dark and light praline cream coated in rich dark center is essentially what (chocolate) dreams are made of. Named after the famous Austrian pianist and composer, Mozartkugeln was created by Salzburg confectioner Paul Fürst in 1890, and now is available in a variety of confectioneries across Germany and Austria and still remains a popular food souvenir for tourists.


Get Started in less than 10 seconds:

  1. Simply click on the ”Add To Wishlist” links above!
  2. This will automatically add the items into your ShopandBox wishlist after it prompts you to sign in/sign up.
  3. You can add as many items as you want into your wishlist (even items not mentioned above).
  4. Once you’re ready, simply select the items you want bought, name your order, and hit the “Submit Order” button.
  5. You will be assigned a personal Boxer who will help you buy all your coveted items.
  6. Your box of goodies gets shipped to your door in 1 – 3 days wherever you are in the world!


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