Black Friday internet sales really slowed the shipment of my sixth box. It took over a week and the USPS tracking was way off. However, this time of the year we have to be patient with the mail...scratch that, we need extra patience for everything.
Hana styled my box this time, and in her note (they're eternally optimistic at Rocksbox), she mentions me liking my previous box, leaving me to wonder if they pay attention to my feedback?
After a disappointing fifth box, what was in box six?
The Slate Maya Necklace in Gold. This three layer necklace was not on my wishlist and not something that I would normally pick, but I was happy to give it a try. I like the experimenting/getting me out of my comfort zone aspect of Rocksbox.
The problem was in the layers. It was impossible to wear this necklace without getting the layers tangled or keeping the dangle bits from twisting up. Here is the best picture that I could get it, but as soon as I moved, it tangled again. Not flattering.
The Loren Hope Chloe Studs in Iridescent were fun.
But, they were problematic. They are too fancy for everyday wear and too costume-jewelry looking for a nice event. Another example of something that I would have loved as a teenager, but have outgrown.
I had the highest hopes for the Perry Street Crystal X Ring.
It was enormous! I wear a size eight, but I think that they must have sent the wrong size. It just fell right off of my ring finger.
It's still fun to get the Rocksbox delivery. It still feels like getting a present. However, I'm starting to think that their inventory isn't my style. I plan to continue this experiment until ten boxes, to see if there is an improvement in what the stylist pick for me.
I asked for a statement necklace to be sent in box seven, let's see if the stylist meets the challenge!