That Little Blue Box

14 Feb

That Little Blue Box

Tiffany and Valentine's Day go hand-in hand.

Let's face it – even for the skeptics among us, there's magic associated with that little blue box.

I've only received two Tiffany & Co. gifts in my life, and I'll always remember them. The excitement associated with the box was so great that even though the contents didn't quite work out (the keychain wouldn't stay screwed shut and a silver necklace was traded in for an upgrade), I still remember the gift-givers with gratitude.

I know everyone complains that Tiffany is overpriced, but their designs are classic and that's what you pay for. What I've always really appreciated is their silver jewelry. After all, how many stores with a branch on Rodeo Drive offer really nice pendants and earrings under $100?

And best of all, if you don't love it, you can trade it in, which is how I ended up with these indispensable twist knot earrings. Now there's a gift to remember.

Photo above is from

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No Responses to “That Little Blue Box”

  1. April 17, 2010 at 6:02 am #

    I know everyone complains that Tiffany is overpriced, but their designs are classic and that’s what you pay for.

  2. Samantha Rose September 27, 2010 at 12:21 am #

    We’ll if you go for Pearl Jewelry, you can go to for reasonable and elegant pearl jewelry pieces.

  3. tiffany bangles& bracelets June 29, 2010 at 11:57 pm #

    tiffany bangles& bracelets are typical bracelets which are made without clasps or closures. They can be elegantly worn singly or in bunches. Bangle bracelets are now worn by young girls who are running after every new fashion, with as much style as their mothers and grandmothers wore as part of ritual and tradition.

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