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Your Bijoux Box Jewelry Subscription Review – December 2017

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Your Bijoux Box is a monthly jewelry subscription box for women. With every box, you get 3 pieces of jewelry picked by Your Bijoux Box stylists. This is not a customized box–everyone gets the same 3 pieces (you can request no earrings, though).

my bijoux box december 2017 unboxing

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all of the items in the december my bijoux box

About Your Bijou Box

The Subscription Box: Your Bijoux Box

The Cost: $39.99 a month + free US shipping. Save with 3, 6, and 12-month subscriptions.

COUPON: Use coupon code WELCOME to get a bonus piece of jewelry with your first box.

The Products: 3 pieces of hand-curated jewelry at your doorstep each month plus a bonus item.

Ships to: US (free shipping) and Canada

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Your Bijoux Box December 2017 Review

audrey hepburn inspired image on the my bijoux box info card card listing the products inside the december 2017 my bijoux box

This month features sparkly finds from David & Young, Karen Kane (whose pieces I’ve gotten before in this box), and more.

 

my bijoux box double stranded necklace with rhinestone disc details close up of the statement gems and rhinestone discs on a double-stranded necklace double chain rhinestone statement necklace on a model

Violetta Double Strand Necklace

[In my best Stefon-from-SNL-voice:] This necklace has everything. There aren’t just rhinestones—there are also tiny silvery-toned pearls hugging the bottom half of each rhinestone. There are even tinier crystals along the top edge of each gem. And because, as they say, the more the merrier, there’s not just one sparkling strand in this necklace—there are two! I was pleasantly surprised by how much I liked this necklace. It sits at more of a bib level (it’s 16 inches long with a 3-inch extender), which makes it pretty versatile. (I can wear it over crew-neck t-shirts, tucked under the collar of button-up blouses, or framed by the scooping neckline of an LBD.

pearl drop earrings on backing peal drop earrings laying on table with backings off pearl earrings on a model

Violetta Earrings

These earrings match the necklace perfectly! The pearls get the enjoy the spotlight in this set. It’s taken me awhile to appreciate pearls—they always felt a bit too sophisticated and traditional for my tastes. But I love the fact that these pearls, like the ones on the necklace, have somewhat of a warm silvery (maybe “pewter” is the right word?) sheen to them. And paired with the gunmetal rhinestones they dangle from, they make for a very clean, fresh, modern look that’s still got that old Hollywood, New Year’s Eve party glitz to it. Just FYI, the little rhinestone “chains” are an inch long, but each whole earring, pearl included, is about 1.5 inches long.

cloudy yellow circle shaped gem ring with crystal accents crystals around a circle shaped yellowish gem on a ring gold ring with circle gem detail from behind cloudy yellow circle shaped ring on a hand

Everbloom Eternity Cocktail Ring by Karen Kane

According to the info card, you could’ve received either the ivory version of this ring (what I got) or a black version. Ughhh do I ever wish I’d gotten the black one! Like, 75% of my wardrobe is black, and that cool color is just a bit more my vibe than the buttery ivory gem I received. Ah well. I feel like this piece could make a great gift for someone with a sunnier aesthetic than mine, hehe. The gem is a bit cloudy—I wish it was solid or clear. The opening of the ring is about 0.75 inches wide and fits my middle finger well.

brownish furry circle scarf in package brownish furry circle scarf in package from other angle brownish furry circle scarf laying on pink table up close on brown furry material that makes up circle scarf furry single loop circle scarf on model

Bonus Item – David & Young Scarf

Oh my gooooodness, is this scarf ever soft. It feels like I have the softest (stuffed) animal ever snuggled around my neck. I’m a big fan of scarves and circle scarves in particular. I prefer ones that loop around my neck at least twice, just because they tend to be a good bit warmer. But there’s something kind of elegant about the single loop look that I think would be great for wearing to outdoor get-togethers (like ice skating or hanging out in an outdoor winter market—y’know, times when you want to look cute, but not sacrifice warmth).

The Verdict: This month’s Your Bijoux Box was cute! It all had kind of a New Year’s Eve vibe about it, with all the sparkles and old school glam. I think I’m most excited about the earrings, to be honest, since I see them working into everyday outfits as well as glitzed-up party looks. That and the scarf. I still wish it was bigger (I like my scarves Lenny Kravitz worthy), but I’m excited to work it into different winter outfits!

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? Usually, this subscription processes orders on the 1st of each month and ships on the 15th, but as of writing this review, the site is still advertising this December box! Hurry and order it while it lasts!

Coupon – Use coupon code WELCOME to get a bonus piece of jewelry with your first box.

Value Breakdown: At $39.99 for this box, the average value of each of the featured pieces, counting the bonus scarf would be about $10.00. Being that the MSRP the info card lists for the ring is $42.00, that’s a pretty decent savings!

Did you like this month’s Your Bijoux Box?

Written by Anna Reilly

Anna Reilly

Anna loves collecting little treasures, be they pop-culture finds, handmade mementos, or new potions to put in her makeup bag. Beauty boxes got her interested in the subscription world, but now she’s swooning for all things kawaii!

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.

5 Comments

  1. I love that box. I wish I could have bought it!

  2. I really loved everything in the this box. Everything is so perfect for the holidays. I wish I could find a blanket made out of the same material as the scarf! It’s so so soft!

  3. I think the ring would look great with all black clothing, except I’m a little put off by the cloudiness. It looks a little like butterscotch hard candy. Maybe it’s a new style of ring pop. You might try licking it to see. 🧐

    • LOLLLLLL I totally should try that. You’re right on about it looking like some kind of old timey candy with the swirling yellowish clouds inside. Sooo jealous of MichelleDeG who got the black version!

      Thanks for your comment, Rie! I’ll let you know if my RingPop experiment goes well 😉

  4. I love the necklace and that scarf is so soft. I did receive the black version of the ring. It goes well with the set without being too ”matchy”.

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