Breakfast at Tiffany's - it must be every girl's dream. At least it was mine ever since watching the Audrey Hepburn 1961 classic, "Breakfast at Tiffany's" when I was a mere twelve years old. The idea of having a private breakfast amongst apprised jewels, sparkling baubles and flawless diamonds at the leading jeweler seemed to be simply just a fantasy.
Well, that all changed with an exclusive invite for yours truly to attend the Breakfast at Tiffany fashion blogger event! While enjoying a very French-inspired breakfast consisting of freshly squeezed juice and croissants, I adorned myself with alluring jewels that appealed to my inner Holly Golightly. The girls of RSP are all about mixing low and high end pieces, so what a better way to dress up an understated day look than with a little extravagance and profusion? I feel privileged to share with you some of my personal favorite pieces...
While browsing the sumptuous treasures that Tiffany's has to offer, this petite Tiffany Sola necklace (white diamond pendant in platinum and 18k gold) compliments my Jackie-O equestrian-esque inspired look (pictured above) with just the right amount of sparkle."Rare is a Tiffany yellow diamond. Rare is a woman who wears one."
Looking for a little unseen flair? This Tiffany Laurelton top handle handbag in Glazed Crocodile is the perfect accessory to add that je ne sais quoi at Sunday brunch. Who doesn't love a little Tiffany Blue? If you are a jet-setter, spending weekends in the Hampton's or Sunday afternoons at the Beverly Hills hotel, this endearing little number has your name all over it.
OK, so maybe Tiffany diamonds are out of your reach - hey they are out of mine! Not to fret, get acquainted with the Charmed by Tiffany collection. Best part? With a variety of charms to choose from, you can find the one that means the most to you. My favorite is this Eiffel Tower charm in sterling silver which elicits memories of living in Paris.
Tiffany and Co. continues to be the go-to for fine jewelry. If you have the funds why not invest in quality pieces that possess class and tradition? If you are like me with a bank account that is not exactly so Tiffany and Co. friendly, a girl can always dream, can't she? And who knows one day it might just become a reality...