Penny + Grace delivers a trio of beautiful and delicate gold-dipped jewelry you can wear every day. You can mix and match these pieces, or layer them all you want. The subscription is $19.99 per month, with free shipping to both the US and Canada.
Subscriptions are available in dipped 18k Gold, Silver, and 18k Rose Gold options, which you can change any time throughout the life of your subscription. You can also select a surprise metal and opt for no earrings.
DEAL: Now through 12/31/17, Penny + Grace is offering 50% off your first box, or $10.00 off any pre-paid subscription including gift subscriptions. Use code: FALL17.
Every month, all the selections arrive inside a Penny + Grace pouch!
This month’s pouch came with a coffee cup enamel pin – looks like Starbucks!
Yes to separate smaller pouches! It makes accessories easier to store and also prevents them from having scratches.
Everything was neat and well-packaged.
Everything in the November 2017 Penny + Grace box!
Chloe Cuff Ring ($12.95) This 18k rose gold open cuff ring can be worn alone or stacked with others. It is slightly adjustable as it has open cuffs. There are 3 tiny black gems on each side of the ring. Cute!
Audrey Necklace ($22) An adjustable necklace measuring 38 cm. Its simple design makes it easy to pair with any kind of outfit. It’s a great everyday accessory. The black gem motif is carried through to the necklace.
Audrey Bracelet ($18) Also included in the box is a matching bracelet. I love that it’s adjustable and I think that with or without the necklace, it will still look great with anything that I decide to wear.
Just like the necklace, it also features a tiny black crystal gem.
Penny + Grace is ideal for anyone who wants to build their accessory collection. They send such beautiful jewelry, perfect for everyday use and for any occasion. The necklace and bracelet combo this month is simple yet lovely, as well as the cuff ring. Also, let me just say that anything in rose gold just becomes extra gorgeous! (In case you’re not a fan of rose gold, you can always opt for gold or silver.) The only criticism I have is that this subscription swings wildly between ultra simple styles and fun pop art styles. I personally prefer the latter, I know some people subscribed to get months just like this one.
What do you think of Penny + Grace this month?