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Rocksbox: A Sparkling Subscription


Do you cycle through jewelry more than you do Tinder matches? Fret not, my friend, thanks to Rocksbox you can try, buy, or send back jewelry items in the blink of an eye.


For just $19/month you get a curated box handpicked by a stylist. You can browse their collection and ‘favorite’ things you like, and more often than not you’ll get at least one of those items! The more you review, the more personalized your box gets.


If you love an item, you get to purchase it at a discounted price; or you can simply return the box, and get a fresh set of things to try! I like that I can send it back whenever I want, though I did find it hard to part with some pieces. (I should’ve just bought them with the discount!)


The pieces are by known designers, with fashion-forward reputations. If you like to try before you buy, then this is the box for you!

Inside the Box: Wantable


Wantable is a monthly subscription service that offers: intimates, accessories, and cosmetics. Given that I am completely addicted to subscription services, I gave in and decided to try out their jewelry.


 After a brief yet fun quiz, the site determined what styles it thought would match my tastes, and I was on my way to receiving my first package.


I can’t say enough about the packaging. Everything comes in its own black velvet pouch with their iconic ‘W’ marking. The accessories I got were tasteful, useful, and I am still going bananas for the summer scarf I received. (It’s the size of a ship sail! The possibilities are endless!)


The peacock earrings are the perfect size to make a statement, and the turquoise necklace appears to be of great quality (unlike the pile of $5 breakable necklaces from a certain mall store that I usually wear), and it’s the perfect length. If you’re looking to try a high-end-yet-affordable monthly service, I definitely recommend giving Wantable a try. What I got versus the amount they charge is a bargain, especially if you fall in love with everything you get.

Disclosure: I did receive this free of charge for reviewing purposes, but all opinions expressed are my own.