Last week, my first RocksBox came in the mail! A thousand outfits flashed before my eyes as I pictured all the ways I could wear this gorgeous sparkling jewelry. And that's before I even opened the box!
RocksBox is a unique online shopping solution for those who want to be dripping in designer jewelry, without the designer prices. The idea is simple: For $19/month, 3 pieces of designer earrings, necklaces, rings, or bracelets are shipped to your house. Each box contains over $200 worth of jewelry (so don't lose it)! At the end of the month, you send back the box and they ship you a new one the following month.
Disclaimer: This is a product review, and I have not paid for my RocksBox membership. All opinions are my own and are genuine.
This Margaret Elizabeth bangle was one of my favorites. I love how it manages to be sleek and classy, but still brings through a pop of color! Even the packaging was adorable and chic - a tiny soft pouch with gold cinching and logo design.
This month, I also received these gorgeous statement earrings (which were carefully picked to match the bracelet), and my favorite item of them all: the black quartz necklace. I've always loved quartz, with all its shine and sparkle. Looking into this pendant was like looking up at a twinkling night sky!
Here I am sporting the earrings and necklace before a night out on the town.
The earrings were a bit heavy, but stayed on tightly all night. The necklace was subtle enough to be able to wear it with the earrings simultaneously.
Loved this bangle! I got comments on it all night.
Getting ready to go out (dress from H&M)!
The RocksBox jewelry really made me feel like a princess getting ready to go to a ball!
I would describe my first month of RocksBox jewels as simple & elegant. The packaging was adorable, and the jewelry itself made me feel glamorous and ready to take on the day (or night)! I really can't wait to see what my next month's shipment will bring!
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*This is a sponsored post. All opinions are my own.