Box Of Style

What’s In Rachel Zoe’s Box of Style For Spring?

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Rachel Zoe's Box of Style is a quarterly fashion and beauty subscription box that bypasses trends and instead, features classic pieces guaranteed to fit seamlessly into any existing wardrobe. Curated with the airy, delicate designs of spring in mind, the spring box contains an assortment of luxury accessories (and two high-end beauty products) that pair beautifully with any breezy dress or faded-denim, white tee combo. So what's in Rachel Zoe's Box of Style for spring 2019?

For $100 a box, with the quarterly subscription, or $350 per year, you get five hand-picked finds (with a retail value of over $400) from Zoe herself. This year's spring box contains a set of two stunning gold talon bracelets; a silk scarf in the pattern of your choice; a simple, yet sophisticated black leather clutch; a gold-flecked eye balm, and a rose quartz gua sha tool that will revolutionize your skin care routine. You'll find pictures and more information, below — but first, a few more details about the membership.

If you sign up for the annual subscription, not only do you save almost $50, but you also get a bonus Amazon Echo Look (as well as a complimentary anniversary gift in their fourth box). You can use the Alexa-enabled Look to organize your wardrobe, view 360-degree angles of your outfits, take hands-free pictures and videos, and so much more.

Considering the bracelets in the spring edition cost over $200 alone, you'll be saving a ton of money on shopping in the long run by only paying $100 per box (or less, with the annual membership). With a subscription, you also get access the Members-Only Marketplace, where you can shop cult-favorite beauty products and designer clothes, shoes, and accessories at up to 60 percent off — shipping included.

Between the exclusive discounts, members-only perks, and carefully-curated selection by Rachel Zoe herself, this is what makes the Box of Style such a favorite of fashion editors and the sartorially-savvy alike. Ahead, find more info on the five versatile pieces you'll get in this year's spring box, with ideas on how to make the most of them.

An Exclusive Set Of Michelle Campbell Gold Talon Bracelets

Adorned with white pave stones engraved in gold-plated brass, these gold talon bracelets look great stacked with other jewelry or on their own. They're not too simple, yet not too trendy — consider them the perfect accessory for elevating any look.

Wear them during the day to amp up a basic pair of jeans, and at night to add a touch of glamour to your cocktail wear. As Zoe says, don't be afraid to mix metals or other materials — check out how cute they look with a couple of colorful strings of beads and silver watch.

An Exclusive Tribe Alive Black Clutch Made From Genuine Leather

The envelope shape of this black leather clutch pairs well with evening wear, business attire, and casual daytime looks alike. One of the best ways to make the most out of this sleek 9-by-5-inch bag is to keep it in your bigger bag, and always full of the essentials — keys, wallet, phone — so when you're running out to lunch or an appointment, you don't have to lug around your heavy tote.

You can also use this clutch a ton of other ways. Keep it in your go-to travel bag to store your passport and other travel documents, or to hold smaller beauty essentials (like sheet masks, under-eye patches, eyebrow pencil, face wipes) that you'll be reaching for in-flight.

A Chan Luu Silk Scarf In An Exclusive Print (Your Choice Of Floral Or Cheetah)

Available in the pattern of your choice — floral or leopard — this exclusive chic silk scarf can be styled a multitude of ways. Wear it around your neck, on your head (as a bandana, headscarf, or rolled up as a headband), or attach it to the handle of your bag for a pop of color. Measuring 39 by 39 inches, it's also big enough to wear as a shawl or lightweight travel wrap — the options are endless.

An Eye Balm With Wild-Harvested Ingredients That Depuffs & Smooths Eye Area

As if eye creams couldn't get any more luxurious, Edible Beauty, an all-natural, Australian beauty brand that uses wild-harvested ingredients, went ahead and put 24 karat gold leaf flecks in their formula. The botanical-rich balm smooths, depuffs, and tightens the eye contour area, using a combination of nourishing ingredients like coconut oil, blueberry oil, coffee extract, and glycerin. What's more, the gold leaf flecks leave an iridescent shine behind, which brightens the under-eye area so you look hydrated and more awake.

Obviously, all of that makes it a great eye cream — but you can also use it for a dewy sheen on your eyelids or cheekbones. Plus, the formula is gluten-free, vegan, and cruelty-free, so even the health- and environmentally-conscious can enjoy this decadent eye balm.

A Quartz Heart Gua Sha That Helps Skin Care Product Absorb Better & Skin Appear Smoother

Similar to the cult-favorite jade roller, gua sha is a technique used in ancient Chinese medicine to improve blood circulation and lymphatic drainage. By rubbing your serums and moisturizers into your skin with a gua sha tool, your products will absorb better, thus working all the more effectively. Plus, it can make your skin look smoother, tighter, more contoured, and less puffy — so it'll be particularly beneficial after sleepless nights, sodium-packed sushi dinners, or drinking too much alcohol. You can use it on its own for mini face massages too — store it in the fridge for an even more cooling, depuffing sensation.

Annual Members' Bonus: The Amazon Echo Look

The Amazon Echo Look (which is included for free if you subscribe to the annual membership) can view your outfit from 360-angles, snap pictures and videos, and even gives you styling tips. You can also use it to virtually organize your wardrobe, and you can edit photos and put together looks using the Echo Look app.

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