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RocksBox is a jewelry subscription box that gives you three pieces to wear at a time, for only $19.00/month.
When you sign up for RocksBox, you fill out a style profile with your preferences, then RocksBox mails you out three pieces based on your profile. You wear your pieces for as long as you want, then send them back in the prepaid envelope. You also give feedback about each piece you receive. The more feedback you give, the better your boxes. I have a special code letting you try it FREE for the first month, just read to the end of the review.
RocksBox comes in a polymailer bag. When you are ready to return your items, you can ship them back in the same bag. A return address label is included in the box.
All the jewelry comes in a little white box. This month, the box had a pretty pink ribbon, instead of the normal black.
There is an information card included with a list of all the pieces in your box. You go online after receiving your box and rate each piece, this gives your stylist more information about your preferences.
House of Harlow 1960 Ascension Collar Necklace in Turquoise Insider Price $118.00 This pretty necklace is a mix of turquoise and rhinestone triangles. This piece is really beautiful and classy, I also like that the necklace is shorter and close to my neck.
Perry Street Katy Earrings Insider Price $34.00 This is a colorful pair of statement earrings that match the necklace. This are very pretty but far too big for my taste.
Kendra Scott Brennan Ring Set in Rose Gold Iridescent Drusy Insider Price $56.00 When I first saw these rings, I thought they were to be worn together, like a stack. Actually the bigger ring is a regular ring and the other two rings are midi rings, worn before the first knuckle. Now that I know how they are meant to be worn, I really like them.
This is how the rings should be worn. I am not the most fashion forward person, so I wish there was a note in my RocksBox about how to wear the rings.
Final Thought: This was a nice box, and now I know the proper way to wear the rings, I really love them. RockBox is really great box to introduce you to pieces you would never have picked yourself. Some of my favorite pieces from RocksBox have been pieces I would have never picked out. RocksBox is a fun subscription and I really enjoy the boxes. If you want to try RocksBox, click HERE and use the code erinxoxo1 to get your FIRST MONTH FREE.
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