Post # 1
…is the advertisement that one of our local jewelry stores is currently running (not sure if it’s from Tacori or not). How ridiculous is that? I know they’re a business and just trying to make as much money as possible but it kind of rubbed me the wrong way. Claiming that women who rock a Tacori are more loved than the rest of us is absolute craziness.
If you ask me, it’s a terrible marketing ploy. I’m sure the rings are lovely (never seen one in person) but anyone who wants one/wants to give one based on this advertisement, needs to work a bit on their relationship (and themselves, for that matter). A ring shouldn’t define how much someone is loved. You can’t put a price tag or a carat weight on something like that.
Post # 3
@UpstateCait: I’m marching straight home to tell Darling Husband he needs to buy me a Tacori or I’m leaving!
Silly marketing ploys *rolls eyes*
Post # 4
WOW. Don’t get me wrong, Tacori rings are GORGEOUS, but that type of message in an advertisement is not tasteful at ALL.
Post # 5
I think the worst marketing for rings is the “diamonds live here” commercial for, I think, Kays. YIKES. I want to slap the designer saying it every time.
Post # 6
*bawls* I’m not loved at all!!
*throws non-Tacori e-ring on the floor and stomps off*
Post # 7
LOL. I think the marketing scheme is working! It’s not so much *what* they say, but how much they remain in your head and get a reaction. For every one who may not have heard of them, they may be curious as to what these damn rings look like to make such a claim. Or to have someone talk about it and spread their name. They wont sell based on what they say, but it sure gets the name remembered and out there.
Post # 7
Wow totally agree. He could have given me a band with no diamond and I would be just as happy. It’s not about the size Or the ring, but the meaning. Sad that we live in such a materialistic world.
Post # 8
“Tacori- if you get her anything less, your balls will fall off.”
Post # 8
If the size of an engagement ring (or the brand, in this case) were related to how much a man loves you, Kim Kardashian would still be married. 😛
Post # 10
@mightywombat: LOL couldn’t agree more!
Post # 11
@pinkshoes: You’re probably right. Dammit! lol
@hisgoosiegirl & @KatyElle: Lol!
@mightywombat: SO true!
Post # 12
Ah, but see? Even negative press is still press. We’re here talking about it, aren’t we? So in essence it was a successful marketing campaign even though it makes me want to claw my eyes out.
Post # 13
It’s just advertising and they have accomplished their goal- you are remembering the brand name. There are lots of similar sayings- “for those who care to give the very best”
Stella Artois used this one- Reassuringly expensive
Post # 14
@Katyelle, mightywombat HAHAHA!!!! love it. Weddingbee also needs a like button.
Mysterious NY jewelry store, may I direct your attention to the extended finger directly to the right of my non-brand name bedecked ring finger.