Valentine’s Day & Rocksbox

Last week I shared my set from Rocksbox called, “The Sweetheart.” Today I wanted to share those gems with you and how I incorporated it into a Valentine’s Day look! My box sold out within the hour, but you can definitely e-mail them to see if they will get more in and they can set you on a list! 🙂
A bright Loren Hope statement necklace, gold stud earrings by Gorjana and a Margaret Elizabeth druzy stack bracelet are all pieces that you can layer into your jewelry wardrobe already. My favorite part of “The Sweetheart” box is that you each piece is so individual that when worn together it doesn’t clash. Sometimes I feel like box sets of jewelry look a little too ’90s. Everything matches and yet looks overloaded when worn together. Moderation in matching is key. 
You can purchase the box here, and sign up for Rocksbox! Remember if you are a San Fran or Manhattan girl you can get your box within two hours of purchasing! Everywhere else just order by February 12th in order to wear it on your Valentine’s date! 
The code: chroniclesxoxo gives you your first box for free! With each box you get a $50 surprise! 

I paired my Sweetheart Set with all white! I wanted the Loren Hope necklace to pop, and this also allows for some different pink lipstick shades. If you aren’t a girl that’s into red or pink [they can be really overwhelming] this is such an easy way to pair your look with neutrals. Just print mix on accessories and top off with some Rocksbox! I’d love to know what you wear with yours! 
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Thank you to Rocksbox for sponsoring this post! 

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  1. Preeti wrote:

    love the pink necklace! i got that cuff in my second box and loved it! have fun at NYFW!

    xoxo, Preeti

    Published 12 Feb 15Reply
  2. I really love your picks! So adorable 🙂

    XX, SS || A Little Seersucker Sass

    Published 12 Feb 15Reply
  3. These treats look so delicious and I love your necklace!

    Published 12 Feb 15Reply