The Ox Box Subscription Review – December 2015
The Oxford Trunk is an online boutique that sells very funky ladies’ clothing and accessories. I love their style! They have a subscription box that I have been a fan of for some time now, but they recently changed their whole subscription model! It used to be a quarterly subscription, and now it’s monthly. Also, you now have a choice among:
* Boho, preppy, girlie, and classic styles
* Large (3-5 items with a retail value of at least $85) or small (1-2 items with a retail value of at least $30, no clothing)
* Pierced ears or non-pierced
This review is of the small boho box for pierced ears.
My Subscription Addiction pays for this subscription. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
The Subscription: The Ox Box
The Cost: Large boxes are $50 + $10 shipping, small boxes are $15 +$5 shipping
The Products: Items can include (but are not limited to) jewelry, beauty products, clothing, and accessories.
Ships to: US & Canada (for $20 shipping instead of $10)
Ships via: USPS
The Ox Box doesn’t usually include any paper, but this month they included this card. There’s a coupon on the reverse side for 10% off my next order with The Oxford Trunk. Nice!
Just as a note, these are items that The Oxford Trunk does not carry on its website usually, so I don’t have any basis for providing links or retail values usually. I have heard that they send a lot of their sample items, which would make sense, but I have no way of knowing if that’s true or not.
What a pretty necklace! The top bar has a hole through it to slide the chain through, so you can adjust the length. I really like this, and it’s very unique, but I wouldn’t say it’s boho, exactly. I could see this in their classic or preppy boxes. This will be great to wear as a layering piece, or alone when I need to “tone it down.”
Here’s a closer look at the pendants.
I love these little bar matching earrings! They are really pretty and shiny, and delicate, too!
The verdict: I love Ox Box! Because I never really know the retail values of the pieces, I always just have to ask myself if it was worth the $20. My answer is always yes!
What do you think of Ox Box?