So I did. The likeness to Holly Golightly/Audrey Hepburn remains debatable, but I did indeed make a purchase at the Tiffany & Co. on 5th Avenue. It was my first time inside, and I would certainly concur that nothing very bad could happen to you there (except maybe a load of credit card debt).
I can't wait to layer this necklace with some of my other dainty pieces. I think it will go especially well with my "C" initial necklace from Little Glamour on Etsy. My most recent Etsy purchase - which is still in the mail - was made with this necklace in mind. So, layering is definitely going to be a thing this spring.
While in NYC I also paid a visit to one of my favourite "gaze-longingly-at-everything-but-balk-at-the-prices" stores, which is Anthropologie. So many things in there are so absurdly expensive, so as usual I made a beeline straight for the sale room. After some intense rifling around, I found a lovely silver cuff with some springy green stones (link!). And how about that, it's small enough for my freakishly skinny wrists! I also spent some time at the regular-priced jewelry rack - very tempted by the Bauble Bar x Anthropologie collection - and came away with a pair of sparkly earrings from the regular line that weren't too obscenely priced (link!). They're really quite lovely, but I'm going to have to rummage through my collection to replace the backings, which are completely useless. In a span of about 15 minutes, both of my earrings fell off. Not very impressed.
Like I said, I have an Etsy order on deck - tracking says it's in Mississauga, so it should be here in a couple of days, max. I really do need to make an effort to wear more of the jewelry pieces I already have, though. I have SO MUCH STUFF. You honestly wouldn't believe it. So I think I will have a rule that every day I must wear something I haven't worn in a while. I hope I can keep it up.