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Jewelry Subscription Box Review – November 2020

Becca Peterson
ByBecca PetersonDec 13, 2020 | 4 comments

Jewelry Subscription is a jewelry subscription service that sends one to three pieces of jewelry to you monthly. The number of items you receive is dependent on which plan you select. And the best part is—you get to keep it all!

This review is for the Classic Jewelry Subscription Box, $36.99 a month, 2-3 piece plan.

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).

About Jewelry Subscription

The Subscription Box: Jewelry Subscription

The Cost: $23.99 for one piece per month or $36.99 for two to three pieces per month + free shipping.

The Products: 1-3 jewelry pieces (dependent on the plan selected) ranging from classic to trendy styles. (The selections are personalized to the subscriber based on a style profile, so you may not receive the same items pictured here.) While they don’t include retail values, the Jewelry Subscription website states each box is valued between $50-$400!

Ships to: The U.S. only. Ships the 1st and 15th of each month.

Good to Know: Jewelry Subscription also offers the Lux Ring membership for $27.99 monthly and includes one hand-picked ring in sizes 5-11 that is at least a $75 retail value!

Jewelry Subscription Box Review November 2020

Teardrop Ring (Size 9)

The first item I dug into this month was the medium-sized box which contained the teardrop ring and earrings. While I am accustomed to receiving rings in boxes on their own, I was pleasantly surprised when I opened the clear baggie that this gem was placed inside. I have proclaimed that I prefer colorless stones over colored ones in the past, and was happy that my stylist took this to heart for the month of November. This size 9 ring is unlike anything I have ever seen before, as it dons an almost indescribable abstract shape that glistens in the light. Smothered in crystals, a large teardrop stone steals the show while being set off to one side. Because size 9 is the size ring I wear on my middle finger, pointer finger, and thumb, it is very versatile as well as comfortable to wear. The structure is so unique that it is sure to get compliments once we can head back into the real world (which hopefully will be sooner than later!)


Flower Earrings

Sticking with the colorless stone theme, I also received these absolutely darling dangling flower earrings. Also featuring a unique design, the flowers actually can spin on the metal structure that hangs from another round stone. The only qualm I have about these earrings is the clasp. While it closes easily and tightly for a secure fit, these small round clasps are almost too small for my thick ear lobes and tend to be a bit painful to put on. Once they are through the hole it is no problem, but I would much prefer a straight post or hook. I did appreciate the sparkle these earrings gave my ruffled skirt and jean jacket look and will sacrifice the initial discomfort to wear these as they are truly beautiful.

Statement Necklace

The last item I received was this beautiful statement necklace. Straying from the colorless gemstone look, this netted necklace is strung together with 3 types of stones in varying colors. To me, this necklace gives off more of a spring vibe than a November one, but I was quite intrigued when I noticed it matched my ruffle skirt perfectly. This necklace is similar to other pieces I have seen while out and about, but I was really drawn to that cornflower blue accent color. While I won't be able to wear this necklace with a lot of my wardrobe, I really feel it makes this particular outfit, and I will be glad to wear it once the weather warms up. A pleasant surprise, as it is not something I would have purchased on my own, but am glad to have it added to my collection after giving it a test run.


Verdict: Jewelry Subscription is a really fun subscription that makes my day each month I receive it. I am an accessory addict, and every day I look for and select items that coordinate my outfits, even during quarantine as it just plain makes me happy. I was very impressed with the items my stylist chose for me this month as they are all things I will incorporate into my daily outfits. If you are into accessorizing and surprises, this subscription is going to be right up your alley, and I recommend checking it out. I can't wait to see what they send next month! 

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? Every box is different and items are selected based on your style profile! 

Value Breakdown: This box costs $36.99 a month + free shipping, which means that each of the 3 items in the box has an average cost of $12.33.

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

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Becca Peterson
Becca Peterson

I am a wild and crazy mom of 2 boys and work in the public education system. I love all things outdoors, beauty, crafts, and food. And absolutely adore my high school sweetheart! 

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Becca, you wrote such a great review!

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Becca Peterson

Thank you so much Sheri! I really appreciate you saying that <3

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I miss the Enchanted Treasure box, it was the best jewelry sub I tried as the pieces were quality and there were always fun extras in the box like nice crystals, barrettes, even a lotus incense burner once. I cancelled because the price point was too high for a monthly sub (I think $50,) and I wasn’t particularly into the goddess/tarot theme they had going, but considering the jewelry I got is likely to last until I pass them off to my daughters, and I wear a couple a lot, perhaps I should have picked up a couple more boxes.

Jewelry style is so personal though, I’ve found I much prefer buying pieces I like than getting jewelry subs. For those who like to wear new pieces all the time rather than rotate between a few favorites, though, they can be nice. 🙂

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Becca Peterson

The Enchanted Treasure box sounds so fascinating Jemnifer! Jewelry style is personal. When I worked at the hospital I didn’t get to wear a lot, but now working at the school (when we are actually IN school) I love adding accessories…the kids think it’s fun too! Thanks for commenting <3

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