Cardigan, INC. Dress, Mossimo. Tights, We Love Colors. Boots, White Mountain. Bag, Colini Handbags (thrifted).
My friend Colette dressed to match Tiffany’s equity color (and the cocktails). I didn’t have a little blue bow, so I donned a pair of Tiffany & Co sunglasses.
Then, I got really crazy and started trying on diamond rings. It didn’t help that all the display rings were my size. I tweeted this picture to Beefy and freaked him out:
Yeah, that’s a $99,500 ring. My house is only valued at a little more than that.
I tried to convince Kate the Great that the rings were there to swap. She could take a Tiffany’s ring as long as she left one of her own in the display. She didn’t bite. Perhaps I could have convinced her with one more of those blue cocktails.
I left the event with a complimentary copy of Tiffany Style – 170 Years of Design. I didn’t buy anything – no locks, keys, beans, or hearts. But I’m starting to see the appeal of those Tiffany & Co diamonds.
Green is my favorite, so of course I'm gonna love this outfit! Pairing it with the animal print looks awesome!
Ha!! poor beefy. that made me laugh.
Love the cardigan!
I really, really wanted to take the $100,000 ring.
But then Megan and I would have had to pull a Thelma and Louise to get out of there alive!
Wow! Sure, that ring is pretty, but almost 100K pretty?!
Sounds like an amazing event to attend.
I like that you used different patterns within the same color family. It really works.
I have never shopped Tiffany's but I must say that ring is fabulous!
One of your best looks ever!!
Thank you for the concern, Sarah. It certainly gave me a start.
On a side note, if you know anyone interested in buying a kidney, let me know.... um.... For something unrelated.
Nothing ruins a $100,000 ring like a big tacky price tag on it! :-O
How fun! I heart theme excursions :) Also, I recognized that INC cardigan right away.
OMG - 99k for a ring ?!?!?
What world are we living in ?
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