Falling In Love…

Falling in love, one of the most euphoric feelings you can have. We all fall in love at some point in time. Maybe some more than others. Signs that you’re falling in love are:

You feel adventurous

You’re intensely curious about them

You feel their pain

You’re full of date ideas

You forget your other priorities

You crave sex

You feel like moving really fast—or slow with them

You enjoy sex more

You’re more affectionate

You feel positive about the future

You worry about things

You’re glued to your phone

You can’t stop smiling

You feel more love for others

You daydream

You feel like a better person

You feel safe

With love, you’re taking a risk with your heart as we don’t know what this new found love holds for us, in a week, in 6 months time or years down the road. But, love is a risk worth taking as the famous quote from Alfred Lord Tennyson, “’tis better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all” is particularly relevant.

Some relationships will last and others aren’t meant to. As hurtful as that may sound, I believe that we meet different people at different points in time for different reasons and purposes. Some will stick around through your difficult times and some will leave us with a broken heart. Some say that love is easy with the right person. I wouldn’t say easy but I would say that with the right person, it’s more worth your effort and time as they are atleast on the same page as you and they are also fighting by your side to make things work with you. Love definitely needs effort and nurturing for it to blossom into something that would lasts the test of time. But, whatever may come and happen, I believe that we all can learn a thing or two from the relationships that we’re in or was in at one point in time. So, it’s definitely not a waste of time hence I believe in giving your all or nothing at all when you want to be with someone.

XoXo, VA

Tiffany & Co. Collection…

I’m sure most of you reading this blog entry is familiar with the brand – Tiffany & Co.. The company was founded in 1837 by the jeweler Charles Lewis Tiffany and became famous in the early 20th century under the artistic direction of his son Louis Comfort Tiffany. The company operates retail outlets in the Americas, Asia, Japan, and Europe. It sells jewelry, sterling silver, china, crystal, stationery, fragrances, water bottles, watches, personal accessories, and leather goods. Tiffany is known for its luxury goods, particularly its diamond and sterling silver jewelry.

The first time I ever stepped foot into the KLCC, Kuala Lumpur outlet was in 2012 and I was intrigued to see so many pretty pieces of jewelry. I fell in love with the brand and that day, I walked out those heavy doors with my very first Tiffany Blue Box + Paperbag. My then BF had purchased a dainty silver must have bracelet as our 1st Anniversary present. I couldn’t believe that I had a Tiffany piece TBH.

9 years has passed and I’ve collected quite a number of pieces from the luxury brand. The quality is impeccable and the service is good. My Sales Associate (SA) is also super helpful, patient and sweet. I highly recommend that you look for Sonia if you visit the Pavilion. Kuala Lumpur outlet. She used to be at KLCC but have moved to the Pavilion outlet now.

Part of my Tiffany’s collection…

Most will question why does Tiffany charge so much for their silver pieces compared to say, Thomas Sabo, Pandora or your typical kiosk selling silver pieces? My answer would be, it’s the quality of their silver, craftmanship, workmanship, service and brand standards that each piece promises. Also, their silver doesn’t tarnish as fast as Pandora pieces based on my own personal experience with both brands.

These days, I prefer getting their Rose Gold or White Gold pieces due to wanting to build my own family heirloom collection plus I think I’m at the age where I should be classier than ever.

What’s your favourite brand? Please leave your comment below. 😀

XoXo, VAS