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EarFleek Boho Babe Earring Subscription Review + 50% Off Coupon – October 2017

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EarFleek Boho Babe October 2017 envelope

EarFleek is a monthly earring subscription that delivers a new pair of earrings each month to your door. Choose from three different subscription styles: “Boho Babe”, “Young at Heart”, “Minimalist, but Groovy”, or let them decide for you!

contents of EarFleek Boho Babe October 2017

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This is a review of the Boho Babe, $3.49 a month, box.

rose gold butterfly earrings

The Subscription Box: EarFleek

The Cost: $3.49 + free US shipping

COUPON: Use coupon code MSA50 to save 50% off of your first shipment!

The Products: “Every month EarFleek will personally style cute and trendy earrings and deliver them to your home! You’ll receive the ultimate accessory that can pair with your outfit or perhaps you can show off to your friends! Shipping is FREE! and if you are not thrilled you can always return them!” 100% nickel-free.

Ships to: Worldwide

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EarFleek Boho Babe October 2017 info card

There’s an info card from your stylist, urging you to share your new look with the hashtag #earfleek.

rose temporary tattoos

Each pair of earrings also comes with a temporary tattoo that coincides with the theme you choose. I received these roses with peacock feathers this time around.

earrings in plastic pouch

Instead of coming on a card, the earrings are packed in a plastic resealable pouch and stuck into a rubbery tube to keep them from poking out of the envelope.

rose gold butterfly earrings

Rose Gold Butterfly Earrings

Similar to last month’s owl earrings, these looked gold at first but are actually a rose gold color. These are also quite similar in style to the penguin earrings I received in my “Minimal, but Groovy” variation this month (review coming soon!). I’d say these fit the “Boho Babe” theme seeing as though butterflies are sort of bohemian. The fluttery butterflies dangle off of a rhinestone stud and are itsy bitsy at less than a half inch tall. There is also a tiny rhinestone where the head of the butterfly is.

rose gold butterfly earrings on model

Here they are in my ‘lobes so you can see the size. They don’t really suit my taste, so I will be passing them on to someone who can appreciate them more.

Verdict: EarFleek is only $3.49 per month (or only $1.75 if you use our MSA50 50% off code!). You’re always taking a gamble on which earrings you’ll receive, but they’re always nickel-free and the quality has been good!

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? Since Earfleek is random, you may not receive the same pair as I did.

Coupon – Use coupon code MSA50 to save 50% off of your first shipment!

What do you think of the earrings I got this month from EarFleek?

Written by Marne Orenich

Marne Orenich

Marne is a stationery addict, lip product connoisseur, record collector, and twice over cat mom. Her favorite subscriptions contain office supplies, anything kawaii, and all things food. She is also proudly the unofficial “Meat Editor” of My Subscription Addiction.

All views in this review are the opinion of the author. My Subscription Addiction will never accept payment in exchange for a review, but will accept a box at no cost to provide honest opinions on the box. This post may contain affiliate/referral links. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.

14 Comments

  1. I’m finally going to do this for my daughter. See what happens.

  2. My minimalist but groovy earrings were Christmas themed, I think. One was a gold triagle with a tiny pearl at the bottom and the other (non-matching) was a gold circle with a tiny pearl at the bottom. My guess is a Christmas tree and wreath? Cute but I am a firm believer in Christmas-doesn’t-start-until-after-Thanksgiving! So I won’t be wearing these yet.

    • Oh no… I hope I don’t get mismatched…

  3. It seems to me after seeing various reviews that all their earrings are tiny and I find that disappointing because I like bigger earrings like big hoops, etc

  4. I just signed up…I figure with the 50% off I can’t go wrong!

  5. My mom got gold elephants covered with garish blobs of bright pink enamel as her “boho” pick. She also didn’t get a tattoo this month. She got a hair elastic – – the really cheap kind I’ve seen at the dollar store in packs of 50.

    • Whoa, a hair elastic? That’s a new one. Thanks for sharing!

      • I got a hair elastic too.

        • Me too! One tiny hair elastic!

  6. I don’t remember with this one, do they say what the posts are made of? (“Hypoallergenic” is a little too generic to cut it for a lot of people with metal sensitivities. “Nickel free” is a good start.) I know rose gold has up to 25% copper to give it the reddish color, which could definitely cause a reaction in some people or cause your ears to turn green.

    Honestly, with something this inexpensive, I’d probably just coat the posts with clear nail polish before wearing, which I can usually get like a day out of before I have to reapply.

    • Hey Ragan! They do say that their earrings are nickel-free, but that’s as far as they say.

  7. I don’t get a BOHO vibe from these at all.

    • And if there’s anything that the model pictured on the card ISN’T, it’s Boho.

      • Yea- the model on the card is always the same with all three versions.

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