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September 2014

Review » RocksBox 2nd Subscription Box

by dietingfashion on September 30, 2014

For my 2nd RocksBox, the jewelry I received were more what I would wear on a daily basis. Classy styles with minimal fuss. RocksBox is a monthly subscription that sends you 1 necklace, 1 ring, and 1 pair of earrings for $19 a month. You can keep the jewelry you like and return the ones you don’t like. The ones you keep – you will be charged a discounted rate off it’s retail price. Use this link to get 1 FREE Month of RocksBox.

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Gorjana Infinity II Ring in Gold
Retail Price: $40
Member Price: $32
Beautiful rings, very dainty but feels flimsy. I do believe Gorjana jewelry are usually not quite as sturdy as some other jewelry brands out there. I would love to constantly wear this piece but I believe it would not hold up very well with my day to day.
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Urban Gem Lola Spiked Earrings
Retail Price: $30
Member Price: $24
Though I love edgy styles of clothing, I have to be careful about edgy jewelry. I’m a mom so spikes are pretty much out. My kids even though they are girls, they love to climb on me and wrestle – especially my 19 month old. Spikes would be a cause to visit the ER. Maybe later on when the kids are older.
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Melinda Maria Mini Nicole Necklace
Retail Price: $98
Member Price: $78
 This is my favorite piece this month. I love the dual facets. Very good quality necklace, unfortunately, the hook is very cheap. It’s just a hook closure, not even a claw. In order to hook and unhook, I had to bend the hook. I do think it will not hold up to every day use. For the price, it’s not worth it if it’s not going to last.

What are some pieces you received this month? Please share!

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— dietingfashion

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Review » RocksBox Jewelry Subscription

by dietingfashion on September 8, 2014

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RocksBox is a monthly subscription service that selects 3 pieces of jewelry based on your style profile. For $19/month, you received not 1 but 3 pieces of jewelry from brands like House of Harlow 1960 , Gorjana, Margaret Elizabeth, CC Skye, etc.

By signing up here, you will get 1 Month FREE. Yes, FREE for 1 Month. No code needed.

Wear the jewels for as long as you want, and return them to get 3 new pieces of jewelry. Now let’s say, you absolutely love, LOVE, love the pendant you received. Go to Rocksbox.com, log into your account and purchase it at a discounted price. Really ideal right?

If you are like me, I change my mind so very often. Certain jewelry pieces might be worn so many times in a span of a month, but then get hidden below another piece as the seasons/moods change.

What I received:

IMG_5136.JPG Margaret Elizabeth Teardrop Bangle in Blue Chalcedony

Retails at $88

RockBox price: $70

IMG_5137.JPGUrban Gem Cindy Studs in Light Pink

Retails: $25

RockBox price: $20

IMG_5139.JPGHouse of Harlow 1960 Sunburst Pendant Necklace in White

Retails: $58

RocksBox price: $46

My favorite piece is the House of Harlow 1960 pendant. It is gorgeous. Unfortunately, at 2 inches in diameter, it is large for my frame. No keepers this month, but the idea of RockBox is to experiment. The search is endless for that statement piece that pulls your outfit together and with a RockBox personal stylist on your side, it is inevitable you will find it.

My Review: It has potential. Rocksbox is considered a rental program to me. You are renting for the time being. If you like it, great – you can purchase it for a discounted price. If you don’t like it, return it.

The good thing is if you pay in advance $180/ year, membership is essentially $15 a month to wear jewelry pieces you don’t have to own.

The cons: You can receive merchandise that has been handled. If you look closely at the House of Harlow 1960 pendant, there are small poke marks in the leather.

Have you experienced RockBox? Thoughts?

signatureNote: I was not compensated for this post. Everything is my opinion. If you click on any links, I could be given a monetary credit to RocksBox. Thank you in advance.

— dietingfashion

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