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Must Needed Classic Jewellery

A few weeks ago, I wrote a blog post on some of the classic, staple purse pieces that totally screamed #pursegoals, this week I will continue with that series and highlight some of the iconic jewelry pieces. These are some of the most previous piece of accessories that probably add up to a hefty price tag, but is guarantee to never go out of style. Just to add a bit to that too, it is so different to see how accessories have changed in me throughout the few years. I remember back in high school it was a must need for the “Return to Tiffany” necklace, but as years pass, I am gazing my eyes at the YSL ring. I can totally foresee my eyes glowing for a piece of Cartier a few years down the line. Fingers cross I find a well-paying job!

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Since I bought up Cartier, I will start this blog post off with that Cartier Love Bracelet. This one costs a leg and arm but rumor has it is that it will retain value overtime because it is such a classic piece. This is also the iconic symbol of love – so money can buy love after all?This bracelet has been around since 1969, and you probably have seen in around, especially in Kylie Jenner’s Instagram account. This bracelet costs almost $8 000 and it is quite unique because the cuff is accompanied by a screwdriver. The screwdriver is needed in order to open and close the piece. So with that said, you can literally put it on, toss the screwdriver and wear it or the rest of your life.


The next piece I will touch on is the Tiffany Setting engagement ring. I honestly had my eyes set on this since the day I found out what Tiffany & Co is, and I fell head over heels. In this modern day and time, non-traditional engagement rings are becoming more and more popular. But, no thanks for me, because I still want that little blue box when he gets down on his knees. This ring was introduced back in 1886, and until today it is still considered as one of the most famous rings. What is so special is that instead of setting the stone into a bezel, it sets the diamond in a way that create optimize exposure and shine. I would like to point out some of these start at only a few thousand dollars, which isn’t too bad for an engagement ring.

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There is this piece that I see everywhere called the David Yurman Cable Bracelet. This is a cuff with a twist inspired by the Brooklyn Bridge. They cost around $1 000 each, but in my opinion its not completely my style. Maybe when I am a bit older, I feel like I would appreciate it more then.


Lastly, closing this blog post off with a piece I have been eyeing on in forever, the YSL Arty Ring. This ring is simply gorgeous it captures a beautiful gem in such a unique way. This iconic ring is made with a unique glass gem and detailed ring band. All of them are one-of-a-kind, choosing from their beautiful colours and sassy fit. Unfortunately, they have now discontinued this line, but you can often find it around online. Rumor has it that they are re-doing this line? Although not confirmed, my fingers are crossed!

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