Valentine’s Day is only a few days away, and if you are still stressing for that fun and special gift for your besties look no further!
If you haven’t heard of Rocksbox yet, you are totally missing out! Essentially, they are a jewelry subscription service. You let your personal stylist know what types of jewelery you are into, and they send you a custom box of jewelery that you are sure to love! The best part is you can wear the pieces as much as you want for a rental of 60 days! If you just love them and have to buy them you can OR just send them back for a new set! It’s up to you!
How adorable is this box??
With Rocksbox, the monthly subscription fee is $19. With this comes your custom picked jewelry pieces and the opportunity to rent the items and wear them as much as you want! In your box you will even receive a prepaid shipping label to send back the items you don’t wish to purchase. So easy! If you can’t live without a piece, your $19 subscription fee will be subtracted from the cost! PLUS if you purchase all three items in the box you get an extra discount off the price.
I’m into more timeless, classic pieces. In my first box I received a ring, bracelet, and earrings. I loved the three pieces I got in my first box because they are so simple and elegant!
So this Galentine’s Day, sign your girls (or yourself!) up for a month of Rocksbox that is totally free! Use code FANCYFREEBLOGXOXO to send your friends a FREE box of custom picked jewelry they can choose to just rent or purchase! They will absolutely love the surprise of receiving a box of beautiful jewelry custom picked for them, and the opportunity to wear these custom pieces of jewelry as much as they please.
Try Rocksbox for your gals and you today here!
Happy Hump Day!
It's been a while, but since I'm still hustling that 9-5 grind, I thought I would share another one of my go-to outfits for the workplace!
Burberry Cashmere Sweater [secondhand, $44], Banana Republic High Waist Flare Trousers [new, $15], Banana Republic Cork Wedges [secondhand, $15], Burberry Trench Coat [secondhand, $90], Louis Vuitton Crossbody [secondhand, $100], Burberry Cat Eye Sunglasses [secondhand, $44]
Outfit total: $294
I've had this sweater since earlier in the year, but it just hasn't had the opportunity to make its way to the blog because, well, #tripledigittemps. But finally the heat wave here is SoCal is breaking and it looks like we may be experiencing some sort of fall after all.
I found this gem on eBay auction-style, and in typical Sydney fashion bidded like a jerk within the last few seconds. But hey, cashmere Burberry under $50 is just too hard to pass up. While this is an older season item, a similar sweater HERE is over 10X the price. What you can't really see in these pics are the perfect little details that really make the sweater so classic. Over the shoulders are the classic Burberry Nova Check, and on the bottom left of the sweater is the Burberry emblem stitched into the material.
The sweater has some slight signs of wear in the material, as some spots around the front and underarms have started to my pill. For such high end pieces like this, with some patience and the right tools (like HERE), someone's pilled sweater is your new treasure.
My freshman year of college, I had the *chicest* English Lit professor that always looked so put together. Her daily wardrobe? Flare trousers and wedges. To this day, I have always found the combo so body flattering, elongating, and just a super easy way to look put together when you are a raging #hotmess. Especially in the workplace, a well tailored trouser with some sort of wedge or heel + button up is a super easy but effective way to look like you know what you are doing (even when you definitely don't.)
Thank you for reading! There hasn't been a work wear post in a while, but if this is something that interests you let me know in the comments below so I can start planning more posts in the future!
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