The jewelry in Wantable's accessories box is elegant with a twist, but is that enough to warrant the $40 price tag?
Wantable's accessories box yields beautiful, stylish jewelry at a deep discount, but do the savings make up for the cost for the service?
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Wantable promises to send you makeup or accessories that match your personal style. If you don't mind the cost, this service could score quality goods at half price or less.
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