This post contains referral/affiliate links. Rocksbox allowed me to try their service for free. As always, all opinions are my own.
You’ve probably read some about Rocksbox in my recent posts, but I wanted to talk about it a little more in depth because I really
love the service. If you love trendy designer jewelry but hate the price, then this post is for you! And the best part is you can try Rocksbox
for one month with code BRIGHTONABUDGETXOXO
So what is Rocksbox? Rocksbox
is a subscription service that allows you to out designer jewelry. In each box, you get 3 pieces of designer jewelry from designers like Kendra Scott (my favorite), Loren Hope, and Perry Street, based on a profile you fill out and wishlist that you add items to. On average, each box contains jewelry worth $200+. You keep the jewelry for as long as you like, and when you’re done wearing it, you send it back. If you decide there’s something you just can’t live without from your box, then you can keep it at a discounted rate. You can even earn credits to make the prices even cheaper!
I really love Rocksbox because for just a fraction of the cost of one piece of jewelry that comes in the box, you can keep a continuous and ever changing supply of fun jewelry. A subscription is only $19/month, and you actually get $10 in Shine Spend per month to put towards a piece of jewelry if there’s something you’d like to keep. I hesitate to call it a monthly subscription service though, because unlike other subscription boxes, you don’t get just one Rocksbox a month. You do get only one Rocksbox at a time, but you can keep it for as little or as long as you want–so you could get 1 Rocksbox per month or 3 Rocksboxes per month.
Here are two of my recent boxes–what came in them and what kind of discount I would get if I were to purchase anything.
1. Kendra Scott–Rayne Necklace in Cobalt
List Price $80 // Rocksbox Insiders’ Price $64
I’m keeping this piece. I have my $10 Shine Spend for this month and a $25 Forever Spend credit to apply to it, making my price only $29 ($51 off list price!)
2. Gorjana–Taner Bar Mini Swing Earrings
List Price $58 // Rocksbox Insiders’ Price $46
3. Charlene K–Agate Blue Quartz Cuff
List Price $145 // Rocksbox Insiders’ Price $116
1. Kendra Scott–Rae Necklace in Periwinkle (note that this piece is a little translucent)
List Price $65 // Rocksbox Insiders’ Price $52
(such a good price at only $42 if you were to apply your monthly Shine Spend toward it!)
2. Trina Turk–Graduated Bar Chandelier Earrings
List Price $78 // Rocksbox Insiders’ Price $51
3. Loren Hope–Venus Reverse Cuff in Lapis
List Price $98// Rocksbox Insiders’ Price $88
If you think you’ll like Rocksbox as much as I do, try it out FREE for one month with code BRIGHTONABUDGETXOXO!!! Just program a reminder into your calendar for 3 weeks from your start date to evaluate how you feel about the service– that way, if you don’t like it, then you won’t forget to cancel.
Now for the “Bloggers Who Have Inspired Me” Link-up:
MEET YOUR HOSTS
Rachel is a former full time preschool special education teacher turned full time stay-at- home mom of four children with a passion for substitute teaching and blogging at Garay Treasures on the side. Garay Treasures is a fashion and lifestyle blog with some added posts on faith and everyday treasures. Rachel loves drinking several cups of coffee a day (hot or iced), blogging, and reading and playing with her children. You can follow Rachel by bloglovin, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook or Pinterest.
Here’s some of the bloggers who have inspired me this week:
Andrea really nailed it with her Elbow Patches Found
post. Black and white stripes plus elbow patches?! I’m sold.
Ok, I’m a sucker for the elbow patches this week. Jill showcases another adorable way to wear elbow patches in her Trending–Elbow Patches
post that’s sure to make any fashionable cat lady swoon (this one did!).
4. Melody from Melody Jacob’s
Melody is absolutely stunning in this mermaid floral trumpet dress
! And with the frigid temperatures I’m experience right now, the bright colors and sleeveless style is a breath of fresh (or warm) air:)
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