Prims Way is a subscription box that sends you a piece of jewelry and 3 other items that go along with a different monthly theme.
Each box will feature a new artist who inspires the jewelry chosen for that month. Subscribers will be able to choose one of four different pieces, which they will receive along with an art print and 3 other themed items. Items can include candles, beauty products, sweet treats, and more.
Disclosure: I received this box for review purposes. I was not compensated in any way. All opinions are my own. Post may contain affiliate and/or referral links.
Subscriptions are $35/month.
Let’s see what’s in the May 2017 Prims Way box!
Everything was shipped in a small blue box with a Prims Way sticker on top.
A peek inside!
A descriptive narrative was enclosed to help set the tone for the items within May’s box.
A nature-inspired scarf that’s lightweight and perfect for the warmer months. The design features various types of leaves in a blue, green, white, pink, and yellow color scheme. It’s not an infinity/loop scarf, but can certainly be worn as one like in the photo above.
This pretty choker is adorned with shimmering crystals throughout the entire length of the piece. It’s clearly not something you’d wear on a daily basis, but is perfect for pairing with a little black dress for a classy evening look. It sits right on my collarbone and I actually liked it a lot more once I saw it on. 🙂
This lip crayon is very much like the Lipstick Queen lipstick that was sent in May’s POPSUGAR Must Have box. The color of the actual product is blue, but it shows up as a (very) light pink shade once applied to your skin. According to their website, all Missha Cosmetics are cruelty free and have not been tested on animals. Yay!
I thought this little blue (shot?) glass was sort of an odd inclusion, but I suppose it goes with the winter/blue theme goin’ on.
I was a little underwhelmed when I first opened May’s Prims Way box, but the items kinda grew on me over time. Especially that pretty crystal choker! I’m not sure where the box falls value-wise, since I could only locate the lip crayon online (roughly $10 on Amazon), but everything fit well within the theme/narrative. 🙂