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Rocksbox Jewelry January 2022 Review + First Month Free!

Mary Zubritsky
ByMary ZubritskyFeb 7, 2022 | 4 comments

3.5 overall rating
44 Ratings | 24 Reviews

Rocksbox is a jewelry styling and rental service. Members pay a flat rate every month to get unlimited access to the Rocksbox collection and the option to buy whatever they love at a discounted price. Each month, Rocksbox will curate sets of three pieces to send your way, including at least one piece from your ever-growing wishlist. Members can keep and wear the three pieces they receive for as long as they want, or they can switch out sets whenever they'd like. Rocksbox also offers a monthly credit so you can buy the pieces for less.

This is a review of the monthly plan for $21, which includes shipping to the US only. 

This box was sent to us at no cost for review. (Check out our editorial guidelines to learn more about how we review boxes.)

Just like other subscription boxes, when I signed up for Rocksbox I had to set up a style profile that asked me questions like my metal preference, and which necklace, earring, bracelet, and ring styles I liked the most.

Let's check out this month's delivery!


David Aubrey Chrysalis Black & Gold Necklace - Retail Value $100, Member Price $96


About this item: David Aubrey's Chrysalis Black & Gold Necklace is a bold and beautiful statement piece that instantly caught my eye. Chunkier and heavier than other necklaces I ordered from Rocksbox, this 18k gold-plated design is 21" long and features a 3" extender. The chevron pattern chains are artful and have an antique look and feel, and the small round black beads and teardrop beads dress it up without overdoing it.

Condition: Great condition, aside from a minor chip in the chain. 

Review: I have a pair of gold-plated brass earrings I bought in Brooklyn back in 2011 that have held up amazingly well, and therefore I'm a huge fan of brass jewelry. Since I tend to gravitate towards more understated necklaces, I took a chance and rented this eye-catching, statement piece. I love that it's black and gold and has a hint of silver too which means it'll go with everything. It is a little heavier than other necklaces and twists easily. After wearing it a few times, I decided against purchasing it because I found a chip in the chain, and it doesn't really fit very well into my wardrobe. 

Hey, do you see Mr. Hoppy Golightly judging me in the background?

Perry Street Emily Ring - Retail Value $50, Member Price $42


About this item: Paging Rainbow Brite! The Perry Street Emily Ring is a fun, fabulous creation that seems like something Emily in Paris would wear. This 14k gold over brass ring features a rainbow of oval-shaped, multi-colored glass crystals.

Condition: Great condition. 

Review: After two years of doom and gloom, I wanted to add a splash of brilliance to my hands and gravitated towards the Emily Ring. It's cheery, whimsical, and beautiful, but I decided against making the purchase because I'd prefer a size 6 so I can wear it on my middle finger. As for Mr. Hoppy Golightly, he doesn't care what's on my hand as long as I keep petting and feeding him. Silly rabbit!


Kendra Scott Miku Earrings - Member Price $60


About this item: These gold-plated brass earrings feature a delicate lattice-like detailing. Each earring is 1.5" long and pretty lightweight.

Condition: Great condition. 

Review: This was my first-time trying Kendra Scott and I really liked the earrings. They're sweet, delicate, lightweight, and beautiful, but I sent them back because I already have a few pairs that resemble the Miku hoops. I guess I'm a creature of habit just like everyone else. 


The Verdict: This month, I got a little bolder and more colorful than I normally do. Since I am a big fan of rainbows, unicorns, and dressing up, I chose a multi-colored ring, a statement necklace, and a pretty, dainty pair of gold-tone earrings that are delightful and tasteful.

Jewelry rentals are so easy. You don't need to worry about sizing, damaged items, weird smells, or wanting to keep something super expensive. Rocksbox gives me the opportunity to try before I buy which makes it fun and I love exploring items I wouldn't have otherwise considered, or even known about. Accessorizing with Rocksbox is the way to go.

The black top I'm wearing is by Alexis and from one of my first WIWTW reviews for Armoire. I found it on another site for $55! The maroon dress is a vintage Alexander McQueen I found on a designer resale site for under $100. I love a good deal.

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Can you still get this box if you sign up today? Every box is different and packed based on the customer's tastes and what's available at the time. You can, however, help guide the Rocksbox stylists and add your favorite pieces to your wishlist!

Value Breakdown: Rocksbox membership costs $21 per month. At retail, the three pieces would cost me $173. With my Rocksbox discounts and the member pricing including the buy-all-three-items discount, the $21 of Shine Credit (the membership fee for the month, which goes towards your purchases), and the $10 buy-all-three discount, that price drops to $122.

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Mary Zubritsky
Mary Zubritsky

If shopping were an Olympic sport, I’d be a gold medalist. And while my bank account often feels the crunch, I just can’t stop buying secondhand clothing and accessories, under-the-radar designer goods, stuffed animal unicorns (I have about 75), and toys for my pet bunny rabbit. After 20 years of city slicking in NYC and DC, I now have a car and love to tour the Virginia countryside looking for vintage shops, undiscovered wineries and breweries, historic sites, and Thai restaurants—I’m addicted to Thai food. I never leave home without a spare phone charger because I love horror movies and therefore have an irrational fear of being stranded somewhere with a dead battery.

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Love your reviews, as always, Mary! I wish I had your eye for style and your social calendar so I could wear all the stuff you do! We’ve been going out more and I’m starting to get a bit bored with the jewelry I have. I think this is going to be my next box… 🙂

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Mary Zubritsky

Fantastic! I think it’s time we all crawl out of the dark and get back to living life again — although right now I’m also in hiding from the 25 degree weather.

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Totally agree Mary! It’s time to start living again, although to be fair, it was time long ago 😉
Love your jewelry selections and all of your reviews. You are fabulous.

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Maybe not the best timing for that comment. Going out less during the incredibly infectious Omicron wave (which you can still catch if you’re vaccinated) doesn’t mean you’re living in a cave.

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