New jewelry designs from Tiffany suit me to a “T!”

Tiffany's new bracelets suit me to a "T!"

My love for all things Tiffany may rival Holly Golightly’s, but I admit, some years the new designs can be a bit… stodgy.

Not this year, though!  

For 2014, Tiffany released a new line of jewelry that is bold, beautiful, and oh-so-modern. Featuring a “T” (the first time Tiffany has used its iconic initial as a design element) the pieces are the work of Tiffany’s new design director, Francesca Amfitheatrof.

According to Amfitheatrof, “I wanted to create a symbol for modern life and its relentless energy that flows through New York and drives art and culture around the world.”

The beautiful bracelets, rings, and necklaces are available in a variety of precious metals including sterling silver, yellow gold and rose gold. In addition, some are adorned with sparkling diamonds or boast mixed metals.

To see the entire collection visit Tiffany T Collection.

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Your guide to a life filled with STYLE!   Susan Conforte McNeill is a wife, mother, author, entrepreneur, Harper’s BAZAAR Style Ambassador, and the co-founder of the literacy organization Success Won’t Wait! In addition to Susan Said… WHAT?! Susan also writes for It’s how you play the game! the corporate website of the award-winning You’ve been Sentenced! word game.

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  1. 1
    Robin Wilson

    I’ve never owned anything from Tiffany’s. But if I had to start (yeah “had to”) I would love one of these. They are very sleek and elegant!

    • 3
      Susan

      Me too! I have a few of the more inexpensive pieces from Tiffany (heart bracelet, key pendant) but these T bracelets are a little pricier. I am hoping for Christmas… 🙂

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    Jennifer Hiles

    What a beautiful collection. I spent a few months in NYC doing an internship and I really get what she says about the “relentless energy” that flows there. What a perfect piece.

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