Subscription box services are on the rise: funky socks, Japanese candy, dive bar t-shirts, nerd gear, soy candles, apocalypse kit thingamajigs – you name it, it is out there. RocksBox is a subscription service for jewelry junkies.
Unlike other subscription-based services, RocksBox allows subscribers to borrow items, then swap or buy them. Yes, that means you can rock the jewelry with no strings attached. For $19 a month, RocksBox offers unlimited access to its stash of jewels.
In exchange for sharing my experience with you, the powers that be invited me to try the service free for three months. To sweeten the deal, RocksBox provided a private code (kinkycurlsxoxo), so that you guys could enjoy one month FREE. I accepted the ‘It Girl’ invitation. During my subscription I shared the code via Instagram and Facebook, I hope you took advantage of the opportunity.
Within three months I received five RocksBox sets (see descriptions and gallery below). I approved of most pieces received, but I did not make a purchase. Based on the quality, items are overpriced even when considering the cost of convenience. However, the borrowing option is cool and allowed me to discover a buffet of designers.
Convenient, efficient, attractively packaged, free shipping both ways
Items overpriced for quality
View of personal RocksBox profile
Sophie Harper Pave Triangle Necklace $36
House of Harlow 1960 Tessellation Triangle Cluster Stud Set $24
Margaret Elizabeth Marquis Ring $92
Sophie Harper Pave Circle Bracelet $43
Vanessa Mooney Layered Nuggets & Cylinder Necklace $78
Margaret Elizabeth Ophelia Cocktail Ring $118
Slate Crystal Spike Earrings $30
Gorjana Crescent Shimmer Necklace $72
House of Harlow 1960 Howl Cuff $70
Perry Street Jenna Necklace $51
Sophie Harper Pave Triangle Studs $28
Kendra Scott Haylee Ring $48
Sophie Harper Pave Ball Studs $32
Perry Street Adrianna Necklace $51
Loren Hope Carly Bracelet in Brass $70.20