Rocksbox Subscription Review + Free Box Coupon- January 2017
Rocksbox is a designer jewelry styling and renting service. Members pay a flat rate every month to get unlimited access their collection and the option to buy the pieces they love at a discounted price. Jewelry is delivered in curated sets of three at a time.
Upon subscribing you’re asked to take a “style survey” so Rocksbox knows what jewelry you like or dislike. Then, you look through their jewelry collection and select any pieces you want to try to your Wish List. Rocksbox will aim to send you at least one piece from your Wish List in each set. You can also leave feedback for your stylist so that she can better understand your tastes for future sets.
If you like something enough to purchase, they offer $10 in “Shine Credit” to spend on jewelry every month. This credit can be used on your sets or on Rocksbox’s online shop (Shine Credits are automatically applied to the price at the time of purchase and ship separately from your sets.)
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: Rocksbox
The Cost: $19 per month + free shipping both ways
COUPON: Use code mysubaddictxoxo to get your first month free!
The Products: 3 pieces of jewelry tailored to your style
Ships to: U.S.A. only
Good to know: Members can keep and wear the pieces for as long as they want, or they can switch out sets as frequently as they like. Monthly fee stays the same regardless. They also offer you $10 credit every month to buy any pieces you love.
Keep Track of Your Subscriptions: Add this box to your subscription list or wishlist!
My package arrived about a week after receiving a shipping email. Delivery took longer than usual due to the holidays.
The box includes a prepaid return label (make sure to keep this and the original packaging for returns), a few cards, and a slip that details what I received in this set.
For January, all three pieces were granted from my Wish List! My stylist picked all Gorjana pieces.
Gorjana Shimmer Stacking Ring Set – Value $68 (Cost to keep: $57)
This is a set of four 18k gold plated rings with cubic zirconia gems. These dainty rings are totally my style. I really like the hammered band detailing as well as the different gem sizes.
I also like that I can wear these in a number of ways: on one finger, on multiple fingers, on both hands, and so on.
Gorjana Laguna Beaded Necklace in Black – Value $68 (Cost to keep: $57)
This is an 18k gold plated necklace with nylon string. It is unlike anything I own. It features a small sliding bead that can be adjusted for a variety of lengths.
The gold beads have a hammered design that matches the ring set.
The other end of the necklace has two soft tassels.
I love that the sliding closure lets me create so many styles. I can pull it tight into a choker with long chic tassels, or I can make it very loose and shift the tassels behind my neck for a classic beaded drape necklace. In this photo, I’m opting for a lariat style by adjusting the slide halfway and letting the gold beads drop down to the Y.
Gorjana Mackenzie Chain Link Bracelet in Gold – Value $55 (Cost to keep: $46)
This is a double stranded bracelet with a sliding closure. It is 18k gold plated over brass.
One strand is a thin, uniform chain link while the other strand is chunkier. Overall, the bracelet is still very dainty.
I love the sliding closure! I wish all bracelets had this feature. It makes putting on bracelets a painless process.
These three pieces look so amazing together! I am in love. The necklace is particularly sleek and gorgeous.
Verdict: This is my favorite set from Rocksbox so far! Everything fit my style preferences down to a T. Yes, they were all selected from my Wish List, but I give major props to my stylist for matching them together into one set. Also, the Laguna Beaded Necklace is just so unique and versatile I really want to add it to my collection. If I do buy it, it will be my first Rocksbox purchase ever! The monthly $10 Shine Credit will also cut down the cost, which I appreciate.
What do you think of Rocksbox?