What is Rocksbox and how does it work? Our FAQ.
Rocksbox is one of the most popular jewelry subscription boxes on the market. The goal of this post is to provide answers to common questions. If you want to learn more about Rocksbox check out our Rocksbox reviews, coupons, and other news.
What is Rocksbox?
Rocksbox is a monthly jewelry subscription service that sends designer jewelry valued at approximately $200 for only $21 a month. You receive 3 pieces of jewelry that you can wear for as long as you like. If you like any pieces, you can purchase the jewelry at a discounted rate or return the jewelry back to Rocksbox. You’ll also be able to credit the $21 membership fee to your final purchase every month.
Rocksbox jewelry boxes include free shipping both ways. Whenever you’re ready to return the jewelry, you simply use the prepaid shipping label and reusable envelope to ship any pieces you want to return.
Who founded Rocksbox?
Rocksbox was started by CEO and founder Meaghan Rose. Meaghan worked with McKinsey & Co. and Bain & Co as a consultant developing social media strategy and product innovation for large consumer and retail brands. She began Rocksbox by lending her own personal jewelry collection and wanted to simplify the jewelry shopping process. Meaghan wanted to create a company that made purchasing jewelry easy yet stylish for the everyday woman.
How does Rocksbox work?
You’ll start by making a Rocksbox account and taking the Rocksbox style survey. Make sure to add at least 30 pieces to your wish list so your stylist can best personalize your Rocksbox set. This helps your Rocksbox stylist use your profile to hand pick the best designer jewelry for you.
Your stylist will then select three pieces of jewelry from Rocksbox’s collection of over 30 jewelry designers. Both your survey and the wish list will help your stylist do their best to match pieces that fit your tastes and preferences. Once your signature Rocksbox has shipped, you’ll receive an email with a tracking number so you can keep tabs on your box all the way to your front door.
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