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September 2016 Emma & Chloe Review + 50% off coupon
Emma & Chloe has been a premier provider of unique jewelry in France since 2013. They also run a US subscription box that gives US residents the chance to get their hands on designer French jewelry at a low monthly cost. For $35 per month, subscribers will get a piece of French designer jewelry valued from $50 to $200.
I purchased my first Emma & Chloe box back in August, and they generously offered to send me some of the future boxes to review. I enjoyed the August box and the silver ring that came with it, so I was excited to see how the September box compared!
Each month’s Emma & Chloe package comes shipped in a protective envelope that contains the actual Emma & Chloe box. This is a nice way to keep the box in good shape, and I especially like it because I don’t need to worry about ripping my address label off of the package before doing my review.
Every Emma & Chloe box comes with a mini magazine called “La Gazette”.
Here’s an example of some of the articles included in the magazine:
I enjoyed the magazine and found it more relevant to my interests than the only magazine I receive regularly, Seventeen (I’ve never paid for Seventeen, but they keep sending it to me for some reason…)
Annabeth seemed to love it too!
Instead of including a postcard as they typically do, Emma & Chloe included this information card this month. The card seems to describe a contest, but it’s in French and I can’t read it. I think it’s a bit odd that the card is written in French because everything else in the box is English. Perhaps one of the cards from their French boxes slipped in on accident? Still, it seems fairly clear: post a picture of the item with the noted hashtags to be entered into a contest.
On to the main attraction! The jewelry piece each month is stored in an Emma & Chloe branded pouch.
What will September offer?
The September Emma & Chloe box included a “Tumen” bracelet from May & June. Subscribers received either a silver- or gold-plated bracelet depending on the preferences noted on their subscription profile. I indicated a preference for silver tones, so that’s what I received.
I think this is a beautiful bracelet with a unique design. It was surprisingly easy to put on my own wrist - you can watch my review video to see me do it perfectly the first time. The clamp is very secure, while being easy to use.
The bracelet comes with a Certificate of Authenticity so you know it’s genuine designer jewelry. This piece sells for €53 from May and June, which equates to about $58 at the time of this review. Thus, the value of the jewelry was within the promised range of $50-$200 and far exceeded the box’s $29 to $35 cost.
Here are some pictures of the bracelet in action:
Overall, I enjoyed the Emma & Chloe September box as much as I did the August box. It’s a wonderful way to get designer jewelry at an affordable cost, versus other jewelry boxes that do not include designer pieces.
Recommended for: people who want to acquire French designer jewelry at a discounted price
Disclaimer: I received a complimentary box to review, but was not otherwise compensated for the review and was not required to provide positive feedback.