Emma & Chloe March 2018 FULL Spoilers + Coupon!

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We now have the full spoilers for the March 2018 Emma & Chloe box! (Thanks for the heads up, Vanessa!)

The featured designer this month is Tania Zerdok.


Since 2007, Tania Zerdok has been creating jewelry in Paris, that accompany her clients in their busy and vastly different lives. Parisian of Lebanese origin,
the designer has inherited a repertoire of arabesques, volutes and filigranes
peculiar to the Middle East. She combines these shapes with clean lines inspired
by the City of Light. From this joining of influences, a brand was born
beautifully between the Orient and the Occident: Tania Zerdok Paris.

Get to know more about Tania, read our “10 minutes with…” interview!

More from Emma & Chloe:

 1.How did your passion for jewelry begin?
I have been immersed in a world of fantasy since my childhood.
My parents were jewelers and I was passionate from very early on about designers such as Yves Saint Laurent, Christian Lacroix and Dior, sold at my family’s shop .

2. What drives you to create your brand?
After studying art history and rubbing shoulders with the designers that fascinated me, I decided to create my brand that has just celebrated its 10 years!

3. How will you describe the essence of your creations?
Each of my creations, is full of spirit, at once romantic, chic and intensely feminine.

4. What is the element that you like most about your job today?
Working with fine stones or crystals.

5. What is your favorite stone and why?
It is the emerald with its invigorating color that gives an attitude to each jewel. I aspire to one day work with this stone!

6. What inspires you to create your collections?
Since 2007, I have created jewelry in Paris that accompany my clients in their multifaceted lives. Parisian with Lebanese origins, I inherited a repertoire of  arabesques, volutes and filigranes from the Middle East with European influences.
My inspiration comes from this alliance between Orient and Occident.

7.Why is the butterfly the favorite representation of your collections and the brand?
While designing my very first collection, I chose the butterfly as an emblem for its ephemeral side but also for its delicacy and beautiful colors.

8. What does this jewelry represent to you?
The Bracelet La Parisienne represents for me the contemporary woman, both feminine but also very active. As chic as La Parisienne!

9. What jewelry piece never leaves you?

Just the bracelet La Parisienne set with four turquoises, the lucky stone in Lebanon!

10. How would you pair this jewelry?
This bracelet goes with all outfits! But I like to play it simple and pair it with jeans and a shirt. It can also complement the famous little black dress, obviously!

Each box will include:

Source: Instagram user little_butterfly6

Source: Instagram user my_sweet_cosy

Emma & Chloe is a French jewelry subscription box. Each month you’ll receive a jewelry piece based on your preferences (gold or silver, pierced or clip earrings). $35 a month.

What do you think of the March spoiler?

The Subscription Box: Emma & Chloe

The Cost: $35 per month

COUPON: Use coupon code FIRSTBOXMSA to get your first Emma & Chloe box for $10! 

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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Written by MSA


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Posted in Emma & Chloe Spoilers, Subscription Box Spoilers| Tags: emma & Chloe | 13 comments


  1. Does anyone think this would be good for a bride to wear on her wedding day?

  2. Anyone have any luck adjusting the bracelet to make it smaller? I’ve tried, but it doesn’t seem to budge. Perhaps I’m not applying enough pressure, but I don’t want to break it. If you’ve adjusted it, I’d love to know!

  3. Definitely not going to fit me. I really dislike this style of bracelet.

  4. It’s pretty! My wrists are tiny so I’m hoping the jewels don’t pop out as I’m adjusting the size!

  5. I love this! So Spring-y and feminine. I loved last month too though. I wear that ring at least 4 times a week! I received the goldtone ring so I am hoping to get the bracelet in silver this time. I chose the “both” option on the profile for metals.

  6. Pretty!

  7. I really like this! It will match the ring I received last year, I don’t remember which month it was.

  8. Oh that’s lovely. I bet it won’t fit my 7.5″ wrist, though. Because sub box bracelets pretty much never do.

    • I’m thin and small framed so I often have the reverse problem (as many do) and most bracelets are too big and slide around too much. Hopefully this adjustments tighter.

  9. Beautiful, I love her jewlery. Her collection is beautiful. I just ordered the ring to match it. I can’t wait. I’m loving this sub so much. And their customer service is excellent. I was sent an extra piece for joining 2 months ago. Thank you Emma & Chloë

  10. I cancelled my sub, and I’m glad that I did. This is cute, but I’ve noticed that over the year or more that I subbed, there was a definite decline in quality. All you have to do is compare this cuff, cute as it is, or the November 2017 cuff to, say, the Lucylmar cuff from a couple of years ago (I have it and it’s amazing, clearly high quality); they’re like night and day, quality-wise. It’s too bad. Now I figure if I see something I think is awesome, I’ll order it from their website and pay the extra few bucks.

  11. I like that silver one.

  12. I quite like this, much more than the past few months

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