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

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Earfleek 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”, “Silly & Fun”, “Minimalist but Groovy”, or let them decide for you!

Earfleek Envelope with items coming out

My Subscription Addiction paid for this box. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)

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

contents of Earfleek Boho December 2017

About EarFleek

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

EarFleek Boho Babe December 2017 Review

This month, a few new cards came with my pair of earrings and a free gift:

earfleek ad to win tiffany & co earrings

First, there’s an ad for a Facebook contest they are running in which you can win a pair of Tiffany & Co earrings. I don’t use Facebook, so I won’t be able to participate in this, but it says you get an entry to the drawing with each “like” you receive on your Facebook post. The drawing is February 2nd on Facebook Live.

bright cellars credit

Next, there is a $30 credit from Bright Cellars which is a wine of the month subscription service. Check out our reviews and save 50% off your first month (no coupon required, just use this link)!

earfleek love in paris perfume ad

EarFleek has also apparently started making their own perfume called “Love in Paris” which is available to purchase on their website. The card they sent is also scented, btw.

earfleek info card

Finally, there’s the usual info card from your stylist (always Rachel S), urging you to share your new look with the hashtag #earfleek.

blue hair elastic

Like last month, I received a hair elastic as a free gift, this time in baby blue. I’m always losing and in need of these, so I put it in my desk drawer for when I need one.

Now, to the earrings! I should note that it looks like they’ve recently added a shop to their site, so you can purchase a specific pair if you like what you see. They are priced slightly higher to do so though.

earrings in resealable pouch

Instead of coming on a card, the earrings are packed in a plastic resealable pouch that you can reuse and use for travel.

pearly dangly circle earrings

Slay in Grey Earrings – Retail Value $5.99

Similar to last month, the earrings I received have a pearly finish to them, though these are more greyish than the white moons I received in November. These are probably the longest earrings I have received from EarFleek at four inches from the top of the hook to the bottom of the lowest dangling circle.

close up of pearly dangly circle earrings

A closer look shows that there are three black plastic beads at the top that resemble stones before the silver hardware gives way to the four pearl-finished circles that dangle from one another (with the fourth hanging inside the third).

pearly dangly circle earrings on model

Here they are on so you can get an idea of how dangly these really are.

Verdict: EarFleek is always a hit or miss subscription. At $3.49 though, it isn’t a terrible blow if you don’t like the pair you receive though. If you know someone who’d like them, you can always pass them on. This month was a miss for me, as I don’t go for long earrings like this. Ah well!

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!

Check out all of our EarFleek reviews and more jewelry subscription boxes in the Women’s Subscription Box Directory!

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Do you like the earrings I got from EarFleek this month?

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, natural skin care products, and anything with food.

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. If you buy something, MSA may earn an affiliate commission. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.


  1. This is the pair I got and I love them! They are so light and easy to wear.
    I never would have picked out a pair this long so it took me out of my
    comfort zone. Glad I switched from Minimalist but Groovy to Boho Babe
    this month.

  2. I received the same ones, but mine are brown and copper. I wish I could upload the pic. They really compliment my red hair and skin tone. This was my first set from this company and was a definite hit for me. Though I don’t wear earring that hang that low I am looking to restock my collection to suite every occasion.

  3. I jumped! For $1.75 I can’t loose.

  4. The earrings look to me like they are made from black mother of pearl . . . this causes all types of nostalgia for me of my trip to Tahiti in 1986. I love them. I brought back some earrings & a necklace. . . my daughter borrowed the necklace & broke it. the earrings have been misplaced. sigh.

    I liked the suggestion to shorten them, because I do like the rings.

  5. If you’re handy with a pair of small pliers maybe you can remove the bottom parts until you get to the length you want to keep?

  6. I would guess the rings are some kind of shell, especially if they are lightweight. (Possibly dyed, but that is common with shell.)

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