So, I recently got a chance to try out Rocksbox. I had heard of the service before, but never signed up because I'm really bad about remembering to put on jewelry in the morning. That being said, I was curious...
What is Rocksbox?
Rocksbox is a membership-based jewelry styling service. Members pay a flat rate of $19/month to get access to a personalized rotating closet of designer jewelry, sent in sets of three at a time.
What type of jewelry can you expect?
According to Rocksbox: We partner with the very best jewelry designers to send you pieces you will love to wear! Our jewelry inventory is constantly evolving to reflect the seasons, our members’ tastes, and the latest trends. Currently we’re working with established and emerging designers including Gorjana, Kendra Scott, Loren Hope, and Margaret Elizabeth.
What did I get?
Here's what I got & thought about each piece... P.S. Keep reading for an exclusive discount!
Gorjana Greer V-Neck Necklace | Buy online $65 (Insider's Price $52)
I really liked the simplicity of this necklace. Obviously it went really well with V-neck shirts. Throughout the day I did have to readjust it because it didn't lay in a flat V for very long though.
Margaret Elizabeth Ten Stone Bangle | Buy online $187 (Insider's Price $149)
A beautiful, beautiful bracelet -- I especially liked the moonstone. It was different and felt very glamorous with any outfit. I instantly felt like my outfit was taken up a notch when I put it on.
Gorjana Mesa Crossover Ring | Buy online $45 (Insider's Price $36)
This was by far my favorite piece. I seriously contemplated keeping it, but in the end didn't, which I kind of regret. It was simple yet complex and looked effortless and polished all at the same time.
So, that was my box! Interested in Rocksbox? Well here's your chance to try it out... Sign up now and use code SamanthaChicXOXO to get your first month free (yes, FREE)!
Be sure to let me know what you think about Rocksbox in the comments below!
Disclosure: I received a free trial Rocksbox subscription through the StyleList Network. All views are my own.