Boxed Goodies

My first box subscription service comes packaged with perfect pieces.

I somehow stumbled upon a subscription box service I felt that I could finally justify the month-to-month cost: Rocksbox.

What comes in the box?

Ladies, it’s unlimited access to rent accessories from designers such as Kendra Scott, House of Harlow, Jenny Bird and more.

What’s great about the service is that someone personally picks out pieces based on items that you claim to potentially pair well with your style.

While I’m skeptical about anything that gets charged to my card automatically, I decided to try it out since I can spare $20 a month (for the time being, at least!) and created my profile on the site.

It’s clear that I would much rather receive edgy, not-so-preppy pieces, and Rocksbox did a great job in choosing beautiful pieces. I’m excited to show them off in the next few days!

Packaging comes reusable (probably good for the environment). Upon opening the USPS gift, I found this white matte box with Rocksbox’s logo and a neatly tied bow.

Opening the box, I found a personalized note from Stylist Eleanor, along with detailed information about each piece included in the box.

If you believe in switching out your accessories on a weekly basis, then this box is perfect because we all know that wearing the same necklace or bracelets can only get paired so many times. Rocksbox even gives you the option for discounted pieces, as well as additional credits that can be used for the designer jewelry you don’t want to send back.

Sign up here (invite code: JustineBFF47) and stay tuned to see how I work these three pieces in the next few days!

Author: Just Souled Out

Justine is a sneakerhead, streetwear lover based in the greater Washington DC area. Follow her on

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