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Geek Chic Monthly Subscription Box Review – June 2016

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Geek Chic Monthly is a monthly subscription box that sends you jewelry curated to a geeky theme. Each box contains 4-5 pieces that includes necklaces, earrings, adjustable rings, brooches, keychains, hair bows or collectibles.

July’s box is sold out. Preorder by July 15th to get August– the theme is Pirates.

This box was sent to us at no cost for review. (Check out the review process post  to learn more about how we review boxes.)


The Subscription Box: Geek Chic Monthly

The Cost: $15 per month + $3 US shipping

The Products: 4-5 jewelry pieces curated to a geeky theme

Ships to: USA, Canada ($10 shipping), and everywhere else ($15 shipping)

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June’s theme is the Legend of Zelda! Speaking of Zelda, I’m excited for the newest Breath of the Wild game! The trailers look gorgeous.



This month’s stuff came inside a little item chest! I love it! *Insert chest-opening sound effect here*


Here’s the gang together.


Majora’s Mask Earrings

Generally, Majora’s mask freaks me out but these dangle earrings look pretty! They’re silver toned.

Legend of Zelda Charm Bracelet

Each charm is different! I’m really impressed with how many iconic Zelda things are on this bracelet. The only concern is that the length is too long even on the shortest link. It slides right off my wrists. This bracelet wouldn’t fit small or even medium wrists, probably.


I don’t have small wrists or anything but this bracelet is enormous.


Treasure Chest

This is my favorite item. It’s a small plastic chest that can hold a couple sets of jewelry or other small trinkets. The hinge consists of bendy plastic so I worry that they will break after too much bending. Other than that I think this item is a great addition to the Zelda theme.

Heart Container Necklace

This is modeled after the heart containers in The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword. The pendant is a weighty piece. By the way, the red stone isn’t glued to the lattice cage so you may hear jingling noises while wearing it.

Verdict: I liked this month’s Geek Chic Monthly! The four pieces were very appropriate for the Zelda franchise and my favorite is probably the heart container necklace. I did like the bracelet as well but unfortunately it will only fit larger wrists. However, for about $4.50 apiece I think the value is definitely there.

What do you think of Geek Chic Monthly?

Written by Nancy Su

Nancy Su

Nancy used to be a Candy Crush addict but then she became addicted to subscription boxes instead. Now she has a particular interest in Korean/Asian beauty after seeing the wonders it has done to her skin. She’s constantly in search of new lippies, skincare, and tasty international snacks.
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  1. Is it an anklet? This is cool!!!

  2. Can the bracelet be fastened on one if the bigger links to make it smaller? Like by the first red dangling bead? If the clasp works on those bigger links you have some extreme adjustability there (depends how it feels and looks with extra charms dangling unclasped though…).

    • I tried it out and it works! Some extra chains/charms dangle out and makes it look a lil funky though.

      • Glad it worked! Sorry it looks funky though… I would try removing the red bead if that helps at all (wouldn’t want to remove the Zelda ones).

  3. My 9 year old daughter really wants a girl geek box. My grandsons receive a geek box geared towards boys. I wish the jewelry items were not made for giants!

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