Emma & Chloe Jewelry Box Review + Coupon – March 2017
Emma & Chloe is a jewelry subscription service that sends a new piece of French jewelry every month.
My Subscription Addiction paid for this box. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)
The Emma & Chloe subscription is nicely packaged in a well-made box. The interior is printed with illustrated French landmarks and jewelry pieces. The jewelry item was neatly packaged inside a black drawstring bag.
The Subscription Box: Emma & Chloe
The Cost: $35 per month
COUPON: Use coupon code SUBADDICTION you’ll save $10 off your first box!
The Products: French jewelry valued between $50 and $200 plus a magazine about French Fashion/Jewelry trends.
Ships to: U.S. and Canada
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La Gazette N0. 45 March – Emma & Chloe
This subscription also comes with a short magazine that tells you more about the jewelry selected for this month along with a profile on the designer.
Great News – when you sign up for this subscription, you can select if you prefer gold or silver jewelry (and clip on or pin earrings).
And each box comes with a branded postcard:
Now, time for the jewelry!
Tassia Canellis Necklace from the Twenties Collection – Value $59
This piece is deep coated in a silver bath and glazed with freshwater cultured pearls. (The necklace measures about 21.5 inches long.)
It also comes with a certificate of authenticity:
Here it is on:
I absolutely love this necklace! Delicate gold jewelry is my favorite kind of jewelry – I’ll be wearing this piece regularly! My only issue with Emma & Chloe this month is that the necklace arrived seriously tangled. (It took about 20 minutes to detangle.) I’m disappointed that they didn’t package this necklace in a way to prevent that – it was SUCH a hassle!
My only issue with Emma & Chloe this month is that the necklace arrived seriously tangled. (It took about 20 minutes to detangle.) I’m disappointed that they didn’t package this necklace in a way to prevent that – it was SUCH a hassle!
Verdict: Even with my tangle issues this month, I think this is a fab jewelry subscription. It’s quality over quantity, and this piece is definitely impressive, and something I feel good paying $35 for. Plus I love that they let you specify if you want gold or silver – I think that really helps cut out the risk of this subscription.
And the packaging and presentation of this subscription box are amazing. This definitely qualifies as a gift to yourself – it was so fun to unbox!
What do you think of this month’s Emma & Chloe?