- 7 years ago
For instance a lot of poor, ghetto women are obsessed with tiffany…Notice the “Tiffany themed weddings, bridal showers etc from very lower class people…Tiffany will always be an expensive brand, but from someone who keeps up with the most couture, designer and popular jewelry right now…People are gradually turning away from Tiffany pieces because the lower class is getting obsessed with it. Not to mention it is over priced.
Ghetto people are doing to Tiffany what they did to the name “Kennedy and other rich names” they take classy, rich things and make them popular amongst the lower class and people in poverty which in turn makes the name or brand not as “elegant, timeless and popular” as it originally was…and makes it less rare.
I have a real tiffanys heart necklace (from legally blonde) and I hate it now because they make so many “tiffany” knockoffs in everything…and so many ghetto poor people wear them that I dont enjoy wearing that necklace anymore… because everyone has it and it will look like a knockoff unless you hold it in your hand.
Some designers that are still classy and arent going downhill: Neil Lane, Henri Daussi, Vera Wang, Cartier
I just thought I’d let you know about what is happeneing to jewelry brands in society before you demand a $45,000 ring, that people who you want to impress, will not be impressed as Tiffany is kinda (all the rage) 8 years ago, not now..
If someone showed me a tiffany ring or any of my wealthy friends a tiffany ring, I think they would be disappointed in our reaction, because it wouldn’t be that impressive and in actuality they probably would think you were dumb for paying that much for a “tiffany ring”. Now if you had a cartier or another designer brand that isn’t losing its value in class, then they would be impressed.
I thought Tiffany was the best when i was young too, but I just thought I’d give you a heads up in case you get disappointed in the Joy it brings you