I’m a girl who believes in dreams come true and even still, I had to pinch myself upon arrival of Breakfast at Tiffany. Tiffany and Co. opened recently in Richmond, VA where they celebrated with a glamorous affair themed after the classic movie, Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Live music, fabulous finger foods and models dressed in Tiffany blue. Gazing at diamonds and even playing dress up, (embellishing ourselves in sparkles) amidst Richmond’s elite, boys with bubbly and a personal favorite: my morning coffee in a Tiffany’s cup? Yes, please!
The selection of diamonds, leather and even sunglasses was immense. This store could keep a girl occupied for hours. The staff brought out an aquamarine and diamond brooch for me view up close and even showed me their favorites for engagement ring picks! It’s like having magazine editor’s picks but in person! What’s not amazing about that? Boys, if you’re looking to impress you better head out to Tiffany and Co (Also check out, What Makes True LOVE)! A personal promise, she will love it. My next purchase will be something Tiffany blue from the leather collection, perfect for fall with an unexpected pop of color.
Breakfast was followed by ribbon cutting and gift giving, every attendee received a blue bag with that famous ribbon tied blue box inside! If a dream come true must end, this would be the ending to choose. Thank you, Tiffany and Co. for the most fashionable and fabulous breakfast a girl could ask for. I’ll be seeing you…
Breakfast at Tiffany’s just turned 50 and coincidentally I got to celebrate by attending the grand opening of Tiffany and Company in Richmond, VA. Okay, so it wasn’t actually a celebration of the movie, but the event and the movie went hand in hand. There is not a girl I know who is in love with fashion; that doesn’t look up to Audrey Hepburn, and her ability to pull off that LBD with such class. Her effortlessly chic style in the movie was the beginning of my Tiffany’s obsession. Everyone knows that diamonds are a girl’s best friend. So imagine my uncontainable excitement when I received this:
A little black dress was surely in order, along with a Tiffany’s piece and an updo of course. One might think that an all black ensemble would be an easy task, but this was Breakfast at Tiffany, it was no small feat. After weeks of planning I chose to go with A Kenneth Cole dress, Nine West satin mary janes and a gold Tiffany Key necklace. Simple yet chic.
Chances are that if you love fashion, you were watching the E Red Carpet coverage with the rest of us fashion obsessed on Sunday evening. For the most part I was disappointed, the lack of creativity and class was immense. The ones that that got it right were few and far between but boy were they AMAZE! Red is hot hot hot for fall, one glance at Kate or Nina and you’ll see why. A glamorous mix of curve hugging fabulousness and class done oh so well.
Can’t afford these Elie Saab or Donna Karan frocks? No worries dear, we’ve got you covered with the look for less. They might not get you interviewed by Guilianna or Ryan, but they will get you noticed. This we promise.
PS- there is no such thing as the 360 Glam Cam IRL… or we’d all be in trouble, even with our spanx. So rock the red with confidence.
Red screams, look at me so making sure your hair, makeup and nails are equally fabulous is a must. And a side note for you red heads (you can wear red!). Whether you go for a rent the runway selection perfect for a glam night our or a more day appropriate dress, red is all the rage for fall. Go ahead and werk it.