Whenever I get my Rocksbox in the mail, I get so excited that I tear into the envelope, forgetting that I can reuse it to send my jewelry back when I’m ready to trade. Gosh … well, at least I’m enthusiastic!
If you’re new to the concept, Rocksbox is a monthly jewelry subscription. Yeah, I wasn’t sure at first either, but it’s really quite fun and a great deal too! For $19 a month, you get to borrow 3 pieces at a time and trade in for 3 more as often as you want. And the jewelry is only the most on point high quality designer fashion jewelry!
If you missed it, you can read my first review here.
Wait until you see the pretties I received this time around …
My delightful trio included pieces from Trina Turk, Gorjana, and House of Harlow!
Your jewelry set comes wrapped like a special present with a personal note. Your stylist lets you know all the information on the pieces that you’re borrowing. If you want to keep something, you get a special insider price. Here’s the details on my latest grouping …
Here’s a close up of the gorgeous House of Harlow necklace …
How does my stylist know my taste so well? I filled out a questionnaire and also put things on my wish list. So far, I’ve absolutely loved everything I’ve borrowed.
Here’s the delicate bracelet from Gorjana …
And I think the Trina Turk earrings are my very favorite. They’re so modern and luxe.
Best of all, you can try a month absolutely free (no strings attached). Just use the code “fashionshouldbefunxoxo” to get your free month of Rocksbox fun!
I hope everyone had a fun weekend! If you follow me on Instagram, you know the hubby and I went to a July 4th parade and then fireworks! I just love the little traditions that make a holiday special!
So tell me I’m not the only one who buys things and then forgets about them. I got this dress for a steal at the late end of the season sales last summer. So fun to find it in my closet! Like a surprise present from my past self! (Okay okay, I watch too much sic-fi).
Something about the drapey maxi style reminds me of a goddess so I continued that feel with the gladiator sandals.
Then I gave it a 70’s vibe with this funky vintage purse.
What do you think? Does it work? I liked the odd combination quite a lot, though after the photos I switched to a big practical straw tote for going out and about that day.
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