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 {Before I begin, please note that this is sponsored, but all opinions are my own!}

I’m not huge into jewelry, if I’m being honest. Mostly because I work from home but also in part because I’m prone to losing things. The lovely gals behind Rocksbox contacted me asking if I’d like to try it out for a few months, and I quickly said yes. My birthday was coming up, and I wanted something pretty to wear for the night. A box was dispatched to me super quickly and I loved what I got, but that whole month was a mess, so I wound up sending everything back to get a new set.

This new set is EVERYTHING. Seriously.

Also, keep reading to find out how to get a month for free!

Well, before I get into that. Let me explain how it all works. Slow it down, Vel. Kay?

Rocksbox is a designer jewelry subscription service. For $19 a month, you have access to a ton of gorgeous jewelry that you can rotate out as you please. Each time they send you a box, they send 3 pieces based on what they think you’ll like after you take their style survey and make a wishlist. The awesome part is that they actually listen to what you like. The first month, I wasn’t in love in love with what I got. Everything was gorgeous, but there were some pieces that I wouldn’t really wear. I filled out the feedback and then added a few more things to my wishlist and BAM. Magic. They sent stuff that I’d actually buy for myself.

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They sent everything in this cute little box inside of a secured bubble mailer. Once you open up the ribbon, you’ll see a little booklet with your name on it and information on the pieces inside.

In this particular one, I received a ring, a cuff bracelet, and a necklace. So. Much. Perfection.

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My favorite piece out of the whole box is the ring. Hands down. Wanna see it up close? Good. Because I want y’all to see it in all it’s glory. Along with my favorite mani of the year (which’ll be up on a blog post soon!). This is the Pavé Z ring in silver from Sophie Harper.

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The other two pieces are equally gorgeous. The bracelet is absolutely adorable, and I love how it looks with my tattoo. The best part? It’s adjustable! This is the Arrow Affair Cuff in silver from House of Harlow 1960.

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Now. Before I show my totally boring photo of this necklace, let me at least explain that I don’t wear necklaces often. My hair gets caught and tangled in everything and it’s just not a good time for anyone involved. Don’t let this photo sway your opinion of this pretty piece! It’s the Greer V-Neck Necklace in rhodium from Gorjana. I love how dainty and simple it is. I don’t like flashy stuff. Let me leave the bling to my nails!

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Overall, I’m really really happy with this service, and I’m glad they chose me to try it out!

If you’d like to try it out for a month free, use code VELASHAXOXO – I promise, you’ll love it! If you don’t like it, you can cancel the sub before they charge you – there’s no obligation. If for whatever reason that fails, try jenalynbff2!

Thanks for reading!

Velashaa OUT

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