With all the makeup subscription boxes that are out there – like Julep, Birchbox, GlamBag – I was excited to discover a jewelry box that offered a fun way to try out unique designer pieces. Here’s a breakdown of how it works:
- Visit RocksBox.com, select your membership plan, and take a short style survey
- Receive your box in about 3 days
- Experiment with the jewelry pieces until you decide to refresh your set (you have up to 60 days to try everything out)
- Exchange your set for 3 new pieces – or keep any that you want to purchase.
- Send the box back as often as you’d like and get 3 more new pieces!
Let’s take a look!
So I opened my RocksBox to find some pretty pieces:
- Jaali Filigree Tube Ring by Isharya
- Taner Dagger Earrings in Rose Gold by Gorjana
- Labradorite Bezel Necklace by Margaret Elizabeth
I was very impressed with the jewelry in my first box. Before subscribing, I decided to check out a few blogs to see what people were getting in their boxes. Most of their items were bold and trendy, which aren’t really my style – I prefer delicate, classic pieces. Surprisingly, the guys over at RocksBox picked out some pieces that fit my style perfectly! Like this labradorite necklace…
Labradorite Bezel Necklace by Margaret Elizabeth
I also loved the earrings and decided right away that they’d be staying with me! The price was just right too, at $28.00.
Jaali Filigree Tube Ring by Isharya
One curious little item was this tube ring with an enamel piece at the center. At first I wasn’t too crazy about it, but after wearing it around for a day it started to grow on me. Pretty funky! It’s definitely a statement piece!
Overall, I had a great first experience with RocksBox. The quality and style of the jewelry are excellent, and I especially liked how well they matched me with personalized pieces based on their style survey. Time to decide which pieces to keep, and which to send back!
If you’re interested in giving Rocksbox a try, you can visit their website and enter code ‘jessicabff1281’ to get your first month free!
What are your favorite pieces from Rocksbox?