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Rocksbox Jewelry Review September 2023

Mary Zubritsky
ByMary ZubritskySep 18, 2023 | 0 comments

3.5 overall rating
44 Ratings | 24 Reviews

Hey y'all, happy Fall! Bust out the pumpkin beer and chunky knit sweaters... Rocksbox is celebrating with their Fall trends collection! I haven't had added anything new from the collection to my wishlist, but I will focus on new pieces now because I'm honestly running out of stuff to rent (at least that I like).

For September, I was focused on earrings, so I tried out Rocksbox's exclusive lines called Rocksbox Redefined and Demifine by Rocksbox, and I really fell in love with the Redefined collection so much, I ordered another piece for October.

As for the other designers, I tend to stick with what I know because some pieces seem like they were plucked out of Claire's Boutique and that's not the best way to get the biggest bang for your buck.

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.

Concerned about cleanliness? Each piece is sterilized with alcohol jewelry cleaner using medical grade products and handled with jewelry experts wearing gloves.

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!

What I Received

Mignonne Gavigan Chiara Floral Studs - Retail Value $95, Member Price $95


About this item: Artfully sculpted into the shape of a flower, Mignonne Gavigan's Chiara Studs are crafted in an antique 14K gold plated construction with an ear post. They measure at 1.25" in width, and they're pretty lightweight.

Condition: Perfect!

Review: A unique pair of floral earrings that paired really well with some of the fun dresses I rented in August. And while they're a pretty pair of statement studs, they're a bit overpriced.

Demifine by Rocksbox 18K Gold Plated Pave Rectangular Hoops - Retail Price $90, Member Price $81


About this item: A Rocksbox exclusive, these rectangular hoops are earrings made of 18k gold-plated sterling silver. Measuring at 1" long, this pair showcases a sophisticated rectangle hoop shape adorned with pave-set CZ for a captivating display of sparkle.

Condition: Perfect!

Review: I've gotten so used to wearing oversized hoops that my earlobes felt a little naked with this elegant pair. 

Rocksbox Redefined Aspen Statement Hoops - Retail Value $70, Member Price $70


About this item: The Aspen Statement Hoops in 14K gold-plated recycled brass are designed in house and inspired by nature, featuring a hammered, high-polish shine with two layers of abstract waves to create a hoop. These subtle-yet-striking styles take after Scandinavian design to hit the right balance of bold and classic. They're 2" long and medium weight.

Condition: Perfect!

Review: My fave! Wore them all the time! My only complaint is my hair would get stuck in the hoops.

The Verdict

I must say, it takes some time to scroll through all their jewelry only to find a few items I really like. I've always been more of a dresses and handbags chick, so I've never paid that much attention to jewelry, but there's some really bad costume jewelry out there! For every one piece I find that I like there are about 50 others I quickly scroll past. But as I've said in the past, the pieces they're renting out on the other sites aren't great either.

Jewelry designers need new inspiration!

Value Breakdown: I totally screwed up here because my laptop stopped taking screenshots so now, I'm not sure I have the correct value breakdown!

Rocksbox membership costs $21 per month. At retail, the three pieces would cost me $255. With my Rocksbox discounts and the member pricing including the buy-all-three-items $10 discount, the $21 of Shine Credit (the membership fee for the month which goes towards your purchases), my Rose Gold Rewards discount of $12.75, the total price for the three items goes down to $202.25.

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!

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Rocksbox is a jewelry rental membership that makes it easy to discover new looks. For $21/month, you'll receive three pieces of designer and exclusive jewelry to wear, rent or purchase. If you fall in love with a piece from your set, buy it with your monthly credit! When you're ready for new jewe... read more.

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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