So have you guys checked out Tiffany & Co. lately? Yeah, I know, probably not! Even though I think they are more or less the gold standard for ah-mazing jewelry, who could afford anything they sell, right?! Well maybe you and me!
We started getting their catalogs in the mail when my Carl surprised me with this unbelievably beautiful pink (!) enamel key on a silver chain that I wear all the time!
Anyway, I didn’t expect to find anything I could remotely afford, but in fact I found quite a lot. And on their website you can even search by price (not an original idea) but the fact that you can search for a price point of $100-$250?! Yes please!
So I thought I would shop a little and spend a mythical $200 and these are a few pieces I would definitely consider!
Images courtesy of Tiffany & Co.
I always seem to pick out the most expensive things ever, but even with an imaginary budget of $200, I still managed to pick four pieces of jewelry that are all under that price point!
(Clockwise from the left):
- Bow earrings ($150) – Aren’t these the cutest? I like to wear simple earrings almost every single day (I only switch them when I am creating a look that needs dangling earrings) and these would be the perfect option instead of just alternating between the same two pairs of small hoops and diamond studs.
- Tiffany Notes I Love You Necklace ($125) – I love this necklace so much! I like that the shape of the pendant is round and modern but the script is very vintage. It’s a cute sentiment to wear around your neck that’s presented in a way that’s not too sweet and teenage-girl.
- Tiffany Beads earrings ($125) – These earrings are so beautiful in their simplicity and I love that they are as subtle as pearls but that they’re not pearls! So modern and unique! Plus they could easily be added to my earring rotation because they are so understated.
- Round link bracelet ($175) – And then there’s this bracelet – the most expensive item I chose and also the least subtle! Even though I normally like smaller jewelry touches, sometimes a larger, shiny bracelet is required. It’s a slightly more masculine look and would look great with a three-quarter length sleeve and short nails with bright polish.