Tiffany Has Great Jewelry, Love Tips

Like any lady, I love jewelry from Tiffany and Co. The stuff is beautiful and has such a classic look. At the same time, I’m not the type of girl who thinks any piece of jewelry (or any present, for that matter) that doesn’t come from Tiffany is inferior. That mindset reminds me of when we were in 8th grade and everyone wanted to have a shirt that said “Abercrombie and Fitch” on it, just so everyone else knew they were wearing Abercrombie and Fitch.

I understand if you love the look and quality of a piece of jewelry from Tiffany, and that’s why you want it. I don’t understand if you only want a ring or necklace from Tiffany so you can say it’s from there. Goofy. That’s just me though.

BUT my favorite necklace of all time is this necklace that happens to be from Tiffany:


 But the reason I love it so much isn’t because it came in a little blue box.  I love it because it was a one-year anniversary/Christmas present from my boyfriend so it has sentimental value. It’s beautiful, but it also reminds me of a special time and milestone in our relationship. *Sidenote: Today is our 3-year anniversary! Happy anniversary, Chris! I love you*

Anyway, I saw a tweet from the Tiffany twitter account that led me to this part of the Tiffany site which I found really interesting and sweet. It’s called Tiffany Tips: Holiday Hints for the Heart and it has little thoughts about love around the holidays. The tips aren’t trying to sell you anything, they’re just fun, sweet thoughts on love and relationships. Even if you can’t afford a $5,000 bracelet, you can appreciate a tip like this one they offer: “Always have a New Year’s Plan. Not necessarily an elaborate one, but a place to be together on a very romantic evening.”

I like that so much. I always say that New Year’s Eve is one of the most overrated holidays. You buy a fancy dress and shoes and pay a lot of money for an expensive party and then either don’t get drunk enough or get too drunk or someone else gets too drunk and somehow, someway, the night is not like the movie scene you pictured in your mind and you’re just a teensy (or lot) bit disappointed. Except for last year, I’ve never had a New Year’s Eve that was as amazing as I’d imagined it’d be ahead of time. I could (and probably will) write a separate post about that, but that’s why I think this little Tiffany Tip is a good one. Take the focus off of the elaborate/expensive plans and just have fun with the person/people you love. Good call, Tiffany.

I also like this Tiffany Tip a lot too: “Families have different
holiday traditions. Sometimes really different. Don’t let this
bother you. Just celebrate the universal joy of the season.” That Tiffany, she’s a smart one.

Check out the rest of the Tiffany Tips here. Do you have any tips of your own to share? How do you feel about Tiffany jewelry? A must-have or a nice treat but not necessary to make your heart sing?

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