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Your Bijoux Box
Ships To: United States and Canada.
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Your Bijoux Box is a monthly jewelry subscription box service. For $35/month you’ll receive 2-3 pieces of on-trend, versatile and wearable jewelry, worth at least $70. Items included are always a surprise and could range from a long layering necklace, a fun statement collar or a pretty piece of arm candy.
Your Bijoux Box ships via USPS by the 15th of the month (if not sooner). Your Bijoux Box usually takes three days to arrive to U.S. customers after it is shipped. I tend to receive mine earlier than normal for review purposes.
Unlike last month items were individually packaged in organza bags this month. I know it doesn’t actually make a different, but it feels fancier.
The November 2015 Your Bijoux Box theme was “Autumn Chocolate” and contained the following items:
~Raise The Bar Earrings: Love these! They are the just the right amount of sparkle and bling for me. They will work now and during the holiday season.
~Chocolate Statement Chain: This is for sure a statement piece! There’s a lot going on, but I like it! I think it’s very functional, but super eye-catching.
~Renegade Y-Chain Necklace: This is a simple piece, but also a little funky because it is a “Y” shape. I like that they mixed metals in the box this month and I love that they included such a delicate piece.
~Bonus Necklace: This was a bonus item this month. Bonus months are always my favorite. Who doesn’t want an extra piece of sparkly jewelry? This has great crystal details and is another gorgeous, delicate piece.
I felt like this month’s Your Bijoux Box was more of what they used to be as opposed to the fair-trade items they have been sending lately. I would be more than happy if they switched off every few months or so because we’d end up with a great mix of pieces.