Holiday Fashion With Tiffany & Co.

A little black dress is the perfect style choice for many occasions – From cocktails to holiday parties to date night. And while the Little Black Dress may have been invented by Queen Coco herself in the 1920’s, my first exposure to it was the Audrey Hepburn classic Breakfast at Tiffany’s.

Since that day I’ve loved Audrey Hepburn, Little Black Dresses, and Tiffany & Co.

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{Little Black Dress Credit: A special thank you goes out to my dear friend Cole who MADE this dress. Can you imagine anything more stunning? Modern day couture!}

In fact, after my first viewing of the movie I proceeded to wrap myself in a satin curtain and swish around the house in kitten heels “smoking” a bendy straw. And while these days I prefer to buy my LBDs, my love of these three things hasn’t faltered one bit.

So when I was invited to stop by Tiffany & Co. for an evening shoot featuring their gorgeous new Atlas Collection I knew that nothing could be more perfect than a chic cocktail frock to serve as the backdrop for some beautiful jewelry.

Diamonds and rosettes – Holiday fashion at it’s finest!

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What really struck me about the Atlas Collection is how it perfectly embodies the classic elegance of Tiffany, while also embracing a bold, modern style that makes the pieces perfect for everyday wear.

And while I’m usually a golden girl in terms of jewelry I couldn’t wait to experiment with mixing metals. This rose gold is the perfect tone to wear with any jewelry you already have since it looks equally striking with both silver and traditional gold.

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Not only is the Atlas Collection the ultimate in holiday fashion, it’s also filled with pieces that would make the perfect gift for a loved one. A gift they’ll never forget in fact.

This versatile collection includes necklaces, charms, earrings, watches, rings & bracelets – My dream piece is the Atlas Pierced Ring in Rose Gold.

Swoon.

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{Photography by J. Villarete Photography & Make-Up by Klaudia Mayer}

Want to learn more about the history behind this amazing collection? About Tiffany & Co. Atlas Collection will answer all your questions!

What’s YOUR dream piece from this collection?

Be sure to stay tuned for more amazing jewelry and a little story about my personal history with Tiffany & Co.!

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20 Responses to Holiday Fashion With Tiffany & Co.

  1. Oh you look gorgeous! And I just love that little blue box <3 xoxo

  2. Cole

    The dress was perfect for you and this shoot! I love it!

  3. kim

    What a lovely photoshoot. The image with the box behind your back could be a Tiffany ad!

  4. You look STUNNING!!! Love this dress, perfect for holiday parties too!!

    xoDonna
    http://www.soyouagree.com

  5. beautiful!! LOVE your dress! love the name of the collection Atlas. So cool 🙂

  6. WOW! The dress is amazing and you look gorgeous!
    x
    Nina

  7. Gorgeous, Caity! The Atlas collection is so amazing. I’m so glad you were able to do this!

    • Thank you so much for the introduction – I am such a fan of their jewelry & adore working with Terri. <3

  8. The picture are so cute! Loved it so much 🙂
    And Tiffany & Co ^.^ OMG What a dream! Congratulations Darling <3

    xoxo
    Tiago Aleixo
    http://www.arcanusunknonw.com

  9. First of all, you look stunning! Second, how lucky are you to have been given the opportunity to have a photo shoot at Tiffany & Co!

  10. I love this collection and you’re very lucky to be able to do a photoshoot for them =)
    In this collection, I like their bracelet. Pretty.

  11. You know I am obsessed with this campaign! You look so regal…Also, I love when Tiffany uses the red ribbons for their holiday gifts! Red + Teal = Perfect combination.

    xx

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