Sunshine at Tiffany’s

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Sunglasses in Case

I recently purchased a pair of sunglasses by Tiffany & Co. and they are so sophisticated, yet fun to wear.  I chose the aviator model because I like the look and, honestly, I have never had a pair of aviator sunglasses.  Tiffany & Co. seemed like the perfect place to try out my fighter pilot fantasy and, I must admit, I like the way that they look on me.  I am so used to wearing round frames that I didn’t think that another style would fit me quite as well.  But this aviator style by Tiffany & Co. did fit me quite well.  If you are in the market for new sunglasses, I would highly recommend that you consider Tiffany & Co. for you next purchase.

A while back, I posted about a pair of Oscar de la Renta sunglasses that I had purchased.  Check out that post here and compare those sunglasses with these brand new sunglasses from Tiffany & Co.!

Sunglasses on Case
I absolutely love the Tiffany blue case that the sunglasses are stored in.  It not only protects the sunglasses, but it’s quite stylish! Look for more photos of this awesome Tiffany’s case below.

Logo on Case

Lono on Sunglasses

Case

Ballet Flats Are Always In Season

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Ballet_Flats_PentagonI love my ballet flats.  I am 5’10” tall so heels are not always necessary for me (thank goodness).  The above collection of flats goes with almost everything in my wardrobe.  The dark pair of ballet flats are Vera Wang and are more of a winter shoe because they are made from wool, while all the other shoes can be worn in summer or winter. (The other ballet flats are by Coach, Nine West, and Target.)

Ballet flats are still on trend; however some lace-up this season creating more visual interest in the shoe.  I don’t have a pair of those yet, but I might be on the look out for some!

Regardless of the trends, ballet flats are timeless.  They go great with skinny jeans or a skirt or this season’s hot item: culottes. Wear them however you wish for they are always in style.