For my Rocksbox this month, my stylist Michelle saw that I’ve been really into chokers lately, so she granted two of my wishes: Jenny Bird’s Raya Choker in Gold ($70) and SLATE’s Hanna Choker Necklace ($39). Both these chokers are so exactly as I thought they’d be: they’re sparkly, light, and make quite the statement. I think they look even more expensive than they actually are, which is a plus! Finally, these SLATE Hunter Stone Studs ($39) tie the whole look together and match the Hanna Choker pretty well. It was a fun set to wear, so thank you, Rocksbox!

How Does Rocksbox Work?

For only $21/month, a personal stylist at Rocksbox will send you three pieces of gently worn jewelry—ranging from rings, earrings, bracelets, and necklaces—based on your style profile. You can get super specific about what kind of jewelry you’d like to try, which finish you prefer, and leave comments and notes for your stylist to see. You can even send them a photo of yourself in an outfit and they will pick items based on what you’re wearing!

Once your receive your box, you then get the option to borrow the pieces for as long as you’d like, buy them at a discounted price, or swap the pieces to try more. You can even add pieces to your wish list or request pieces to be sent; think of it as having unlimited access to designer jewels! It is the perfect subscription service for anyone looking to experiment with accessories without having the commitment, or for those who want to flaunt the trendiest pieces without breaking the bank. They even give you $21 in credit per month to spend towards the pieces in your box that you’d like to keep!

Interested in giving Rocksbox a try yourself? You can get your first month totally FREE by using the code clichemagxoxo at checkout at Rocksbox.com. But hurry, this code is only available for a limited time.

I am a Rockbox Influencer and I received this Rockbox complimentary. 

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Megan Portorreal is the Editor in Chief of Cliché Magazine, a fashion and beauty enthusiast, and an avid reader, writer, and gamer. This blog is a collection of her personal life and favorite things.

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