Rocksbox Review

Before a week ago, I had been wondering about Rocksbox for a few weeks – it’s a jewelry rental service that lets you try out jewelry for $21 a month.

So I finally decided to try it out. I would get my first box free, so I figured why not.

It’s pretty fun – you get to pick out pieces of jewelry on their website and add it to your wish list, and then all you have to do is wait for your box to be sent to you.

Since I love getting things in the mail and jewelry, it’s a win-win. The only downside is having to mail back all of the pieces. You can buy them, but since it’s all designer jewelry, they’re on the pricier side. You get $21 of “shine credit” to apply to a piece of jewelry every month, and if you buy the whole set you get $10 off.

My favorite thing about Rocksbox is getting to try out different jewelry trends without actually having to commit to buying anything. In my first box, I got a pair of pink tassel earrings that I love, but also probably wouldn’t wear more than a few times (and will probably forget about in a few months).

Also, I’m a sucker for cute packaging, and Rocksbox scores a 10/10 for that. It just made me even more excited when opening the box (plus it had a nice, somewhat personalized note). The three pieces I received were a pair of cactus earrings and matching necklace from Kate Spade, which I was probably way too excited about because I love cacti, and pink tassel earrings from Perry Street.

Also, both the cactus earrings and necklace are on sale at Macy’s.

All in all, if you are a jewelry lover, I would definitely give Rocksbox a try.

Check out the photos below to see what I got last week.






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