Rocksbox is a designer jewelry rental subscription service. For a flat monthly fee, you’ll as many boxes as you can ship with 3 fabulous pieces of jewelry to try out and experiment with, and return when you’re done and get your next set (free shipping both ways!). You can also keep the pieces you want to love forever at a discount off retail.
When you sign up you take a quiz to determine your style, your stylist curates your box based on your wishlist and tastes. I try to update my wishlist every month but realistically I only get in there every so often.
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All jewelry comes in a neatly tied little box that comes with a bow! This subscription box is definitely the best way to try out new jewelry without filling your collection to the brim or spending more than is necessary.
The packaging is very impressive. They really put extra care and protection in handling these precious items.
Rocksbox makes sure that their boxes turn around fast, with your subscription box being delivered quickly when you mail it, along with your feedback, so the style curator will know what to send next. You can get a new box every 4 to 5 days depending on when you return them. You can keep the box for a month if you like or return it as soon as you are done, it’s your choice.
Every box includes a care card.
Rocksbox believes that the highest quality of jewelry pieces deserve the best care and they gave us some tips on how to do so.
The information card features steps on how to use Rocksbox.
Inside, there’s a list of the items in the box along with member prices.
You can wear this month’s collection as long as you want and even buy the ones that you wish to keep. You can send the rest back to get more collections when you’re ready.
The items were placed in individual drawstring pouches.
Everything in the box! They all look gorgeous!
Ava Rose Earrings in Gold And Lilac Mother Of Pearl ($65; $55 if member) Mother of Pearl, or Nacre, is a composite material that gives the pearl or the inside of mollusks an iridescent shine. It’s perfect to make into an accessory because of that property! Here’s a pair that best shows how beautiful and elegant that shine is. This nice pair has the Mother of Pearl framed inside a 14k Gold plating over the other and measures 2″ long.
It also comes with an earring nut to keep the piece in place. Even from the back, you can see the luminous shine of the natural stone, which is gold and lilac. The earring is on the heavier side because of the materials used, but I don’t really mind as it looks perfect with formal wear.
Kendra Scott Aragon Earrings in Gold And Bronze Veined Turquoise ($80) Unlike the first pair, these oval-shaped earrings don’t have frames, fully showing the beauty of the turquoise. The bronze vein patterns look awesome, and though the color is not the usual blue used for some accessories, it still has that sophisticated feel that can be matched with other pieces in my collection.
The patterns go all the way around the back. They also come with earring nuts that secure the earrings in place.
Ava Rose Dallas Pendant in Labradorite ($60; $51 if member) Labradorite is a member of the feldspar family, and widely known for its beautiful play on colors. This necklace features the said gemstone as a pendant, with a 14k gold plated chain.
The 16″ long chain also includes a 3″ extender, with a nice branding charm at the end, and a lobster clasp to lock it.
The labradorite is framed with gems, making the accent more sparkly. It looks good either with casual or formal attire.
I love everything in this month’s box! They’re eye-catching pieces than can make even the simplest outfits standout!
Rocksbox never fails to amuse me with all the jewelry pieces they have. The pieces can be mixed and matched, either with this set or other with other pieces from my collection. The earrings are both head-turners, as they’re bigger than usual ones. The necklace, on the other hand, is beautiful and also quite versatile. Overall, I just love that this jewelry rental subscription is flexible. It’s always up to you when to return the pieces, so it won’t hurt to keep new favorites for an extra week or two!
Have you tried RocksBox? What did you get this month?