Tiffany’s at Christmas
You probably have guessed by now that I love Tiffany’s. I think most girls do. The first place I visited while in New York was Tiffany’s on Wall Street. We just happened to be in the area. The front of the store had some scaffolding for work being done. Beautiful store inside. I picked up the Tiffany silver apple charm for my bracelet. It was surprisingly heavier than I expected. I prefer charms that have meaning to them. This charm will always remind me of my time in the Big Apple.
It was two days later that I was able to visit Tiffany’s on 5th Avenue. The window displays were so pretty! Tiffany’s had a Merry-Go-Round theme in the windows. The horses moved up and down while the animals crossed over the bridge. The outside of the windows were covered to make them all look like part of the merry-go-round. Inside on the third floor was a sleigh. Merry-go-round horses were placed in front of it instead of reindeer. A multitude of Christmas trees frosted with snow and decorated with round balls of a blues, reds, silver, and gold were found throughout the store. Since I already bought my charm at the Wall Street store I purchased a tree ornament from this store. I asked for the teddy bear in a stocking, but when I returned home to Florida it was just the teddy bear. That will be a cute little story for this ornament.
I am still hoping to receive the Tiffany Blue Cupcake for Christmas. I will keep you posted on that.