Shopping: The Fifth Watches

I’ve been a bit of a slave to my Fitbit for the last year or so and as much as I love it, I do miss wearing a real watch. So when the shame of not hitting my step goal became a daily reality thanks to lugging around this baby, I decided a switch was in order. Enter The Fifth Watches.

The sleek, chic and classic yet modern watches were just what I needed for a break from the step counting. Here’s the catch though, The Fifth Watches only go on sale on the 5th day of the month for five days. You can order one during that time but if you miss the cut-off, you’ll have to wait until the next month to get your order in.

Screen Shot 2016-05-04 at 1.21.22 PMThe Fifth Watches – The Melbourne Rose Gold + Peach 

I fell in love with the simple rose gold with a pale pink strap option and snagged it during the April sale. I’ve been sporting it ever since and counting down the days until I could share it over here. Didn’t want to give out all the details only for you not to be able to order it.

The price point on these pretties is incredibly reasonable and it makes for a great last minute Mother’s Day gift (just print out one of their gorgeous instagram photos and slip it in a card).

Favorite Things: Special Delivery from Rocksbox

If you’re week has been anything like mine (aka hectic, filled with the flu, a tiny bit stressful), you’re going to appreciate today’s little pick me up. I’ve gushed about Rockbox before and after today you’ll have no excuse not to give it a try.

Here’s the run down: Each month Rocksbox sends you three, picked just for you, pieces of jewelry based on your personal style. Love statement necklaces – you can ask for them to send you three. Want to give midi rings a try with no commitment, let them know. They send you picks from designers like Loren Hope, Margaret Elizabeth, House of Harlow, Gorjana and Slate; you wear them for as little or as long as you like; when you’re done you pack them up, send them back and get three more to try. And if you fall in love with a piece, you can buy it for 20% off. Just like Birchbox or other subscription services, you just pay a monthly fee (it’s $19).

I tend to be kind of finicky when it comes to accessories. Love something and wear it constantly for a few weeks and then get bored, so this service is perfect for me.

Now here’s the part where your day gets better. Rocksbox is giving you a chance to try it out for a month for free. Just head over here and use code ‘daniellexoxo’ when you sign up. Once you fill out the style survey, your perfectly curated box will be arriving at your doorstep (and making your day) in no time.


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