Friday, December 28, 2012
It has always been very hard for me to keep my jewelry organized. I’ve tried my hardest, it just wouldn’t work out so well. My necklaces would end up in my jewelry box or hanging on my wall.. they’d become twisted and almost near impossible to untangle.
My rings were the easiest thing to keep track of, but my several of my earrings would somehow end up missing just when I needed it most. It was very frustrating and would take me forever it seemed to get ready.
When I got a chance to review the Roxsee jewelry Organizer from Untangle My Chains, I was excited. Finally a way to store and organize all my jewelry in one spot. No more lost earrings or tangled necklaces.
Not only is it pretty but it’s practical. This hanging jewelry organizer has 400 earring holes, 16 sturdy hooks and 5 posts to hang rings. Can also be used for scarves, belts, hair accessories and more! It looks amazing in my room!
I was super impressed at how much jewelry this hanger can hold. Mine is now hanging on my bedroom wall beside my makeup. Now I can get ready in just a short amount of time. I’m not wasting time looking for a piece of jewelry or an accessory!
I love that the metal hanger at the top rotates.This makes it easy to hang on a wall, in a closet, or over the door. This is absolutely perfect for someone in college, someone who lives in a small space, or someone who just needs to be more organized.
Proudly made in the USA from no break polypropylene, strong and sturdy with a soft exterior that will not react to metals!
Buy It: You can buy the Roxsee jewelry Organizer in black or pink. They are having a sale for 2 for $25 with coupon "ROXSEE25" or one for $15.99
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Jessica is the writer behind Sweet Southern Mama. She is the mother of 2 adorable kids- Aidan, 7 and Adisyn, 5. She lives in Kentucky with her fiance and kids. She loves designing blogs, reading, writing, crafting, all things electronic, photography, and spending time with her family.