Rocksbox Subscription Review + Free Month Coupon- July 2017
Rocksbox is a designer jewelry styling and renting service. Members pay a flat rate every month to get unlimited access the Rocksbox collection and the option to buy the pieces they love most at a discounted price.
Upon subscribing, you’ll take a “style survey,” so Rocksbox can suggest jewelry pieces that fit your style. You can also browse their catalog and add pieces to your wishlist. Each month, Rocksbox will curate sets of three pieces to send your way, including at least one piece from your wishlist. I recently cleared out my wishlist, just to see what Rocksbox might curate for me. I can’t wait to see what they picked!
Try on the items in the box, and wear them as long as you’d like. From there, you have two choices. If you love any of the pieces enough to want to keep them, you can put your $10 monthly “Shine Credit” towards your purchase. Or, if you’re ready for another style, return your box using the free shipping label and reusable envelope you got with your shipment. Shortly after, you’ll get a brand new box of jewelry to enjoy!
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: $21 per month + free shipping both ways
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 of “Shine Credit” every month to buy any pieces you love.
Keep Track of Your Subscriptions: Add this box to your subscription list or wishlist!
Here’s the booklet that comes in the box. It lists the products, their value, and some tips for keeping your jewelry happy and healthy. These are especially important seeing as this subscription is really more of a rental service. You can, of course, buy the pieces, but if you ever want to return ’em, it’s good to know how to keep them looking their best.
Speaking of returns, there’s a return label in the box for me. The exterior gray-ish envelope that the package is shipped in can actually be reused as a return envelope, too.
All of the items come in velvety drawstring bags. Cute!
House of Harlow Meteora Studs in Howlite and Black – Cost to Keep $33.00
I love these triangular studs, and getting two sets makes me feel like I got a bonus look this month! These are my style of everyday earrings—they’re modern and minimalist, featuring just a touch of metallic shine, and have a certain organic quality to them, in spite of their clean edges and crisp shape, thanks to the stone texture.
I only have a single set of holes in my ears, but I bet these would be fun to wear all together in multiple holes. The marbled ones are a bit bigger than the black ones, or else I’d wear one color on each ear!
Sophie Harper Delicate Ear Climbers in Gold – Cost to Keep $49.00
Ooo! I love the look of ear climbers, which are shaped to run along the length of your earlobe. These are really elegant, but I think the fact that the crystals are black makes them look cool enough to wear in the middle of the day as well as to a fancy evening party.
I will say that these don’t sit firmly along my earlobes—they move out of alignment after awhile. They’re super cute and comfortable, though!
House of Harlow Ascension Pendant Necklace in Black – Cost to Keep $43.00
Love this long necklace! The triangles go perfectly with the earrings. The pendant is just big enough to be noticeable against a dress or a top, but not so big that it’s clunky or in the way.
I love the simplicity of this piece, and the modern, yet somewhat bohemian vibe it has. Check out those details along the edges! I might try layering it with other small pendant necklaces and maybe a single beaded look.
Verdict: I really loved this month’s Rocksbox picks! For $21.00 a month (+ free shipping), I got $125.00 of jewelry that I can wear for awhile and return, or nab for myself if I really fall in love. I appreciate getting to try before I buy (or return), and I’ve been consistently happy with what they curate for me based on the preferences I set when signing up. Awesome!
What do you think of Rocksbox?