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Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Tiffany & Co Charm Bracelet

Ever since I was 13 years old and first heard about Tiffany & Co and their charm bracelets, all I dreamed about was having one of my own. Unfortunately the price always made my parents hesitant and they simply reminded me that I could have nice fancy things when I'm older. Although it did pain me to walk right by the cute little charms at Tiffanys whenever I was there, I will say that I'm glad my parents made me wait. It feels SO much better when you work hard and save up for something that you've always been dreaming of. You feel proud of yourself and realize that if you want nice things in your life you have to work for it. To me, this is like my first adult purchase aside from my car! haha.

I got the bracelet and charm from the Tiffanys in New Orleans at the Shops at Canal Place which I mentioned earlier in my post about my trip which you can read here. The staff was so friendly and helpful and really took the time to help me choose the perfect bracelet and charm, highly recommend that store!

I went with a standard oval link bracelet and was planning on getting the charms permanently sauntered on but then the sales associate told me that they had small links that you can attach to the charm to put on to the bracelet. That way, I can rearrange charms whenever I'd like and wear the charm as a necklace also! So much better!

They did have another bracelet that has links that open and close so you won't have to buy a small link for every charm but that one was much pricier and I didn't like how bulky the bracelet was so I simply went with this option.

The first charm that I wanted to buy for this bracelet was the classic Tiffanys shopping bag charm which I was happy to say that they had. I was afraid that since it was a smaller store and they had a smaller selection of charms that they wouldn't have my favorite but luckily they did! It's so cute isn't it?

Well that's it for now! I hope you enjoyed this post!

What are your favorite Tiffany & Co charms? Do you have any other favorite jewelry from there?

Until next time lovelies,


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