The ultimate must-haves at Tiffany’s

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Last week I paid a visit to Tiffany & Co in Brussels. A symbol of New York’s dynamic energy, astonishing beauty and incredible craftmanship. We girls immediately link Tiffany’s to Audrey Hepburn or engagement rings. If your man is popping the question – it better come with a blue box.

In my opinion Tiffany has above all else the most gorgeous yellow diamonds, solitaire earrings and iconic bracelets. But what really caught me eye were the shimmering and fluid jewels from the Elsa Peretti collection. In particular the asymmetrical bone cuff in 18k gold. Massive yet very sensuous.

Another thing on my wishlist is definitely another Tiffany & Co icon: the Enchant Primrose Key Pendant. The most gorgeous of all Tiffany keys: platinum with 10 pear-shaped diamonds to mesmerize you with a dazzling light. Tiffany keys are the perfect gift: it represents providing access to something that would otherwise be unattainable. It also symbolises the mystery of being the keeper of a secret; it locks as well as opens. It’s the promise of eternal love. They come in all shapes, sizes and prices! Find more here.

Find my Tiffany favorites below. 

 

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Shop my wishlist

 

Elsa Peretti silver split cuff  | Tiffany T smile pendant | Elsa Peretti snake ring | Paloma’s sugar stacks ring | Open Knot Key Pendant 

 

 

 

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