Anonymous Jewellery Review by Michelle – August 2017

There’s one thing sure to make me a bit grumpy when I get home from work, and that’s finding I’ve been red carded by the postie. That dreaded red card often means that my subscription box is at the sorting office waiting for me to collect it. With Anonymous Jewellery’s subscription service, however there’s no such worry, as their sturdy but slimline boxes fit right through the letter box. This makes for a very happy Michelle indeed, as I’m impatient when it comes to being able to open my boxes.
I unboxed live on the BoXession Group, which has now been uploaded to our YouTube Channel …

I personally think that you can really change the look of an outfit depending on the jewellery that you wear with it. Annoyingly though, I always seem to get more positive comments and compliments when wearing pieces that other people have bought me as gifts compared to pieces I have bought myself. I also find it difficult at times to stay up to date with jewellery trends and fashions. This makes Anonymous Jewellery’s subscriptions perfect for me, as they send you a jewellery box containing hand selected on-trend fashion jewellery. Meaning they do all the hard work for you, and you can keep your jewellery collection up to date.
One of the things that sets Anonymous Jewellery apart from other subscription boxes, is that there are none of those sneaky hidden recurring subscriptions. Once you’ve paid for your chosen subscription, you won’t be charged again, unless of course you choose to purchase another in the future. I really wish that this was the case with more subscription boxes, as I know not the only one to forget to cancel my subscription and be hit with an unexpected charge.
My box arrived via royal mail in one of those boring grey plastic postal bags, which was made one hundred times more exciting with the Anonymous Jewellery sticker on the back. Inside the bag was a classy looking quality white box with the Anonymous Jewellery logo in foiled hot pink on the lid. The mandela style hot pink logo made me even intrigued as to what I’d find inside, as I’m a bit boho at heart.
The first thing out of the box was a little square floral card with hello beautiful on it. It’s so cute and I’ll definitely be displaying it on or near my desk to perk me up on the days I’m not feeling very beautiful. Next up was a leaflet with some really handy tips on how to keep the jewellery looking its best, some of which I haven’t considered before. After I’d removed these I was greeted by my three pieces of jewellery, all separately packaged in their own cellophane bags and displayed on cute blue tone floral cards. I love that have been so well packaged separately, as it means that if you want to gift one or even all of the pieces separately they will still look great. The base of the box has a piece white soft wadding in it; so that once removed from their packaging, the pieces can be stored back in the box and be protected from any damage.
Anonymous Jewellery you pick what colour metals you want in your box, either silver, gold or a mixture of both silver and gold. I’d chosen the mixed box, as I often sway towards silver toned jewellery and I wanted to make sure I wasn’t continuing to just in my comfort zone. The first piece of jewellery out my box was the gold toned, layered Raya Necklace. I love the interest that layered necklaces can give to your look, and this piece definitely keeps your interest. The longest of the layers has a gold tone crescent shaped pendent that draws your eye down, while the other layers have different shaped and sized clear stone set charms. I think this necklace definitely brings out my inner boho and I think it’ll look cute teamed with summer dresses or when the weather changes, with a high necked plain jumper. I also really like that it has an extender chain so can be worn to your necklace length preference.

The next item out of my box was the Green Shell Earrings. These are definitely me, as I love the blend of natural and manmade between the shell and the metal. One of my favourite things about these earrings is that they are studs, as I find stud dangly earrings pull at my ears less than hook type earrings. The simple circle design means that they look both great as an everyday earring or for more special occasions. When I wore these to work teamed with a floral skater dress, received lots of compliments, which was fab.
The last thing out of my box, was one of the items I’d really hoped that I would receive after stalking the anonymous jewellery Instagram feed. It was the Silver Faith Love Hope Bangle. I always have trouble getting solid bangles over my hands, but love the look of them, so this C-shaped one is perfect for me. I love its clean lines, and I’m always drawn to jewellery with words stamped on it. This is now my first of this type of jewellery, and I hope it’s not my last. I love the attention to detail on this piece, with the tiny heart cut out on the end. As with the earrings I think that will look great worn with pretty much anything.
Personally, I would not choose to wear the necklace and earrings together, as I think it would look too fussy. Even so that still gives me five different combinations to wear these three pieces, and I look forward to trying them out with different outfits over the next month, and hopefully longer. I honestly think Anonymous Jewellery must have been stalking my social media accounts, as I love the pieces that they chose for my box.
I think Anonymous Jewellery subscriptions make the perfect little gift for yourself, a loved one or even split up and gifted separately. Their free worldwide shipping even means that you can send one to your friends and family overseas without worrying that the postage is going to cost you a bomb. This is definitely a box I can’t wait to see more from.
What Was in My Box?

  • Raya Necklace   – £14
  • Green Shell Earrings – £12
  • Silver Faith Love Hope Bangle £9

Total: £35
Box Cost: £13.50 includes free worldwide shipping
Saving: £21.50
(Box cost based on a one month 3 Jewellery piece box)
How can I get my own Anonymous Jewellery Box?
If you’d like to purchase your own Anonymous Jewellery subscription, head over to their website where the only hard bit will be choosing whether you want 2, 3 or 4 pieces of jewellery in your box, and whether to sign up for a 1, 2 or 3 month subscription. As I’ve said there are no hidden recurring subscription costs, so you won’t need to worry about remembering to cancel your subscription.
You don’t need to worry if there’s a piece of Anonymous Jewellery that you’ve really set your heart on, as you can also purchase all of the Anonymous Jewellery range separately by clicking the shop button on their website.

If all this hasn’t already tempted you enough, Boxession members have been given an exclusive discount code by the lovely people at Anonymous Jewellery. If you use the code BOXESSION15 you can get 15% off your first subscription.

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