Jen and I attended the Breakfast At Tiffany’s and ribbon cutting this morning, and are excited to share our sneak peek with you!
The spacious 3,500-square-foot store is twice as big as I expected it to be. Located on the second floor of the new City Creek Center, you have a beautiful view of the Salt Lake Temple to the North. The entrance to Tiffany & Co. at the South provides a beautiful view of the fountains in Richard (Nordstrom) Court.
This was my first time in a Tiffany & Co. store, and I was amazed at how many other items besides jewelry they had available for purchase. Handbags, luggage tags, sunglasses and even a baby collection were some of the non-jewelry items on display. I fell in love with the sunglasses and journal book immediately!
I was amazed at all of the different “key” designs they had around the store. When I asked about it, they said that it was a tribute to the original Tiffany & Co. vault. In honor of their 175 years in business, they brought back that “key” style for all to enjoy.
My favorite collection after the keys and lockets was the “Tiffany Hearts” collection. A beautiful variety of hearts in bracelets, earrings and necklaces, Tiffany & Co. designers have a way of presenting hearts like nobody else does.
If you are thinking that you could never afford Tiffany & Co., think again. I was impressed with was the variety in prices. Tiffany & Co. is known for their high quality, and you can rest assured that anything you buy from Tiffany & Co. will be top of the line. Many of their designers offer styles like the necklaces to the left. The sterling silver necklace is in the $200 range, while the gold necklace is in the $1,300 range.