Ring: TomTom/ Nails: Revlon “Vintage”

     My most recent trip to New York was quite significant since it included shopping at Bergdorf Goodman for the first time!!! It is hands down the best luxury department store and the plethora of phenomenal designer pieces is amazing!!! The store itself is iconic, located on Fifth Avenue and situated right next to the infamous Plaza Hotel. My mom and I had a ball exploring Bergdorf’s! We got to admire exquisite details of couture pieces, feast our eyes on stunning Chanel handbags & accessories and marvel at the insane selection of designer shoes (I was in heaven)!!! It was also sensory overload for me because I was trying to look at every piece that caught my eye and didn’t want to miss anything! I was looking to the left, right, up, down, and every which way just trying to take it all in! The sales associates were not exceptionally snooty but not really helpful either…just ok.

     As we were taking a walk through the progressive designer area several rings in clear cases caught my eye. I went over to take a look and saw 3 rings all different from one another but each looked modern and unique. I liked what I saw! After trying on all 3 I ended up deciding on this beautiful “interlock” ring (which also comes in rose gold and sterling silver). I love it because it looks like an “X” and reminds me of a helix, but it’s beautiful, simple and chic! It has character and I’ve never seen anything like it. I knew it was a great buy that I would get a ton of use out of and boy was I right! I’ve already worn it numerous times in the past 2 weeks since I’ve been back home and it’s one of my favorite rings! The brand is named TomTom and it turns out the designer, Elena Howell, is a “formally trained architect” which is pretty cool! I’m now a fan of TomTom 🙂

Here are the other 2 TomTom rings I was considering:

I’m still in love with this Triple Spur Ring! And how cool is this Chevron Ring? But, I am very happy with my choice!!

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