Hi all, today I’m going to be sharing with you my first Rocksbox and my experience. Rocksbox did send me this package for free but all of these opinions are my own!
If you don’t know, Rocksbox is a $21 a month subscription box. They send you three pieces of jewelry for you to try out and when you’re done with them, you can either send them back or buy them for a discounted price. The best part is that you get to use the $21 cost of the box towards your purchase. For instance, if the earrings in your set were originally $30, you’d only pay $9 for them. You also get a discount for buying all three items in your set.
I was so excited when I received my set in the mail because the packaging is so cute!
This month I received a pair of earrings, a bracelet, and a necklace, all of which I love! The earrings are these super cute pink tortoiseshell hoops by the brand Perry Street. I have been wanting to try out tortoiseshell jewelry for a while now so I was really grateful to get them in my box. My favorite thing about these earrings is that they are super lightweight and you can barely feel that you’re wearing them.
The next item I got was a Kendra Scott necklace. I was so excited to get this because Kendra Scott necklaces are a preppy girl essential and I’ve never had one. What I love about this one is that it’s beaded instead of a chain, so I think it looks more unique.
The last item I received was a tennis bracelet from Sophia Harper. This bracelet is too cute and looks way more expensive than it is! It goes perfectly with any outfit and any jewelry.
I am so grateful that Rocksbox asked me to work with them. I heard about them a few years back through Eleventh Gorgeous on Youtube and I thought that it sounded so fun. So far, I think this subscription is awesome and I can’t wait to see what I get in my next set. If you’re interested in trying Rocksbox, you can click here to get your first month free.
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Disclaimer: This post was originally published on Cleverly Caroline on January 22, 2019.