Why You Should Try Rocks Box


I have to admit, I’m not a big subscription box person. I’ve kinda become a minimalist lately and am in a big stretch of wanting to get rid of things and simplify my life a bit more, but I decided to try this box when I got the offer. It’s called Rocks Box and its a subscription box for jewelry.  The great thing is I can return the jewelry after I’m done wearing them and get new sets to try out and it’s not contributing to any clutter that I need to rid myself of, and I’m not left with something I never wanted, to begin with, or left finding a way to use it or pawn it off on anyone. What’s great about Rocks Box is, when I’m done with the jewelry and want to try something new, I simply return it in the box that includes return postage. It doesn’t get simpler than that. 

So here’s what Rocks Box gifted me. 



When you sign up to Rock Box you get to fill out a little profile on your jewelry preferences and let them know if you prefer gold, or silver, flashy or showy jewelry, or simple elegance. I like that Rock Box pretty much knew what to send me based on what I listed in my profile and they did not disappoint. 


Now I’ve been eyeing some bracelets I’ve seen online, and this wrapped strap bracelet kinda looks like the ones I’ve been looking at lately. I really like it.  And a wrap bracelet like this goes well with jeans and a T a stylish t-shirt. 



I also really love this necklace. I wore it with a pretty dress I bought a few months ago on a Mom’s Night Out to Josephines with my mom group. I really like how simple, but elegant it is. 


These earrings also went well with the necklace, but I think I might change my profile to include something that dangles a little bit next time. 


Overall I’m very satisfied with what Rocks Box sent me and the great thing about Rocks Box is you can continue to get jewelry for as long as you send the jewelry back, which is great if you don’t like wearing the same thing twice, or at least very often. I love this idea because I often grow bored of my own jewelry, so knowing I can send it back and get an entirely new box of something else is really nice.  A monthly subscription only costs $19.95 and every set has 3 pieces of designer jewelry, worth an average of $200 per set. That’s pretty awesome, right?

Have you tried out Rocks Box? What do you like about it?  

If you’d like to give it a try, the first three people to sign up with this code HEATHERBFF569 will be gifted 1 free month of Rocks Box!

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22 thoughts on “Why You Should Try Rocks Box

  1. I had a trail RocksBox subscription and I really liked it (although, I did wish I could have kept all of the beautiful jewelry!) I think it’s such a fun way for people to discover new jewelry pieces <3

    1. I agree, it is fun to try new and different jewelry. Sometimes I don’t think you know you love it, til you see it on yourself in an outfit you’d wear with it.

  2. Rocksbox is a really fun way to play “dress up”. I discontinued my subscription, sadly, because I thought I was having surgery this month. And I didn’t. Although I bought way too many pretty things!

  3. I’ve never been into subscription boxes, either. I finally ordered a food box and was very disappointed. This one seems like a great one for me since I love jewelry.

  4. I am going to have to give this another try. I think I either was not paying attention or have bad taste. I loved all your pieces. I don’t have a lot of jewelry but want to accessorize more and this is a perfect way to do it.

  5. I am always looking to add cute new jewelry pieces to my collection. Rocks box would be the perfect way to do that

  6. Okay this is kind of an amazing idea! I am not huge on subscription boxes but this sounds like an amazing idea and you get pretty new jewelry, which is a great way to freshen up the accessories without breaking the bank.

  7. I’ve only just discovered subscription boxes. This one looks so awesome for me, but it would be even more perfect for my sister as a gift for her birthday! thanks for posting about it.

  8. I don’t have much jewelry right now, this sounds like the perfect subscription box for me. I say that a lot about any box I just found out about, they’re all perfect for me!

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