As many of you know, I am a huge fan of jewelry. So, when I heard about a jewelry rental subscription service, I knew I had to check it out.
That subscription box is known as Rocksbox. For the price of $21, you get to choose three pieces of jewelry to rent. And, if you decide to purchase any and all of them, you can use that $21 as credit. Furthermore, if you buy all three pieces, you can get a discount as well.
I’ve had Rocksbox since May of this year, and I absolutely love it. How it works is that you select a bunch of items on a wishlist. Then, it curates three pieces of jewelry based on the pieces that you’ve selected in that wishlist. And, the beauty of this is that if there is something you are not interested in, you can swap them out. Some of the brands that Rocksbox has includes Kendra Scott, Kate Spade, and Luv AJ.
It takes a few days from selection for the pieces to arrive at your door. Each of the pieces are wrapped up nicely, and then you can wear them to your heart’s content. Once you’re ready to purchase them or ship them back, all you do is go back online, select what you want to purchase, and then go from there. If there are pieces that you don’t want to get, then all of you do is send it back to them in the mailer that it came in.
I really love this because I’ve been able to add so many fun pieces that I otherwise would never have done if I didn’t get my Rocksbox subscription. These pieces include fun fashion jewelry that is trendy or something that is just different than pieces that I would purchase for myself.
However, I also love it for fancy events as well. For example, I had to go to a wedding back in September and didn’t want to purchase a pair of earrings for me to only wear once. So, I took advantage of my Rocksbox subscription and got a pair of earrings perfect for the event. I can see myself getting some fun pieces for the holiday season, or seasonal pieces that I will only wear a few times and don’t want it to take up space in my jewelry box. That is the beauty of Rocksbox. You can literally just get pieces for that one event and send it back once it’s done. This not only saves space but also saves money so you can use that money to get pieces that you would wear on a daily basis.
That same mindset also applies to the trendy pieces that you want to try first before you invest. By renting them instead of buying you can try them out. If they don’t work out, then you can just send it back without having to either try to resell whatever online or by going through the hassle of a return. Rocksbox is a no risk way to try pieces that you were afraid to invest your hard earned money in.
Furthermore, what I also love about Rocksbox is the fact that whenever you do buy the pieces, you can get them at a discounted rate. Many times when I do buy pieces, I get credits, codes, so I get the pieces I want at a fraction of the price.
I personally think Rocksbox is a fun way to shake up your jewelry wardrobe, and recommend it to everyone who loves a piece of jewelry. Personally, I think it’s a good way to get the trendy pieces without paying the trendy prices. Here’s a referral link that you can use to get your first month free.
2 thoughts on “Is Rocksbox Worth It?”
This sounds like such a great idea especially when you know you will only wear something once. It’s a fantastic way to try before you buy. x
I agree! I also have double pierced ears and some earrings don’t work as well