Rocksbox Unboxing & Review

RocksboxFew things in life make me happier than jewels, especially on a Monday.

Rocksbox is an awesome new (to me, at least) subscription service* that offers designer jewelry monthly to try and buy (but only if you love it.) Unlike most boxes which leave you stuck with pieces regardless of how you feel about them, with this box, you only purchase what you love. And even if you don't love anything enough to keep them, $19 a month is a more than reasonable price for borrowing luxurious, designer jewelry. Let's unbox, shall we?

Rocksbox ReviewThe packaging is by far the cutest out of any box I've tried. The card was even personalized with my name. Also included are care instructions, item details, and a survey to send back with the pieces you don't want to keep. This lets your stylist know what kind of pieces to include in your next box!

Rocksbox House of HarlowEverything comes wrapped in both plastic baggies and decorative ones for safe shipping and storage. Plastic is the best thing to keep your metals in to prevent tarnishing, and the luxury black bags add a touch of glam. I'm actually in love with the black and white tissue paper, too. It's all about the details, people. All about the details.

Rocksbox Jewelry Subscription BoxI was excited to see a House of Harlow 1960 piece when I first opened the box, because I've been lusting after everything they've created since they first launched. I got a signature arrow cuff, which I had added to my wish list when I first signed up for the service.

Rocksbox JewelryThey also sent along two necklaces to compliment it, one from Slate and another from Gorjana.

See the items up close and hear my ooh's and ahh's down below in my first Rocksbox unboxing. Expect to see these pieces in a few outfit posts soon, and let me know what you think I should buy!

*Indicates PR sample or sponsorship. See my review policy for more info.