Tiffany & Co Nail Art

My sister has had a bit of a love affair with Tiffanys & Co ever since she first watched Audrey Hepburn have breakfast outside the iconic New York jewellery store way back when. The lucky thing even got engaged outside Tiffanys a few years back (her now- husband is trained well), and dressed myself and three of her friends in Tiffany blue for the day of her wedding – complete with the little bow on our dresses and everything! We looked very fancy altogether.

So when she got her nails done recently, I knew I had to share a few pics! She helped design them along with the talents of nail technician Niamh of Pure Hair and Beauty, Enfield, who brought that famous little blue box right to her finger tips…

Tiffany & Co Nail Art Inspiration

Tiffany & Co Nail Art Inspiration

Cute or what?

Her ring finger even has the Tiffany bow – I’m sure that wasn’t a coincidence.

Despite the shine, this picture had to make it on to the blog. Purely because of my big sis’s explanation for the shine…

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“My diamond is a bit too sparkly in this one! #firstworldproblems”


Georgia Wiseman

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When I was wandering ‘aboot’ town on my fashion-filled weekend in Glasgow last week, I was lucky enough to meet some really inspiring and enthusiastic designers from all catwalks of life. One of these was Georgia Wiseman, a designer of luxury jewellery.

We were all moving slightly slowly towards Sunday brunch – it was the night after the Scottish Style Awards after all – but we met Georgia, who was looking bright and breezy after her restful Saturday evening – at one of the most stylish eateries in Glasgow; The Gannet.

It’s located in Finnieston, which is Glasgow’s answer to London’s Shoreditch. It wasn’t always a trendy neighbourhood but thanks to some foodie havens popping up, it’s apparently the new happenin’ place!

It wasn’t hard to spot Georgia, who was adorned in her own creations. The perks of being an accessory designer! And much to my delight, she’d brought along some of her latest collection, Dark Star, for us to try on and admire.

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Originally from Leicestershire, Georgia moved to Glasgow in 2000 where she now lives with her husband and kids. With her workshop located right next to her home in the Scottish countryside – just a short journey to the bright lights of Glasgow – Georgia has the best of both worlds, and it certainly inspires her jewellery creations.

Her style is contemporary and fashionable whilst still remaining glamorous, and she’s had quite a few career landmarks. Namely, being nominated for Accessory Designer of the Year at this year’s Scottish Fashion Awards.

And it’s no surprise that she was. I fell in love with some of the pieces, namely the Dark Star Strata ring and the collection’s Delta bracelet… Take a peek at some of the Dark Star images below.

(It isn’t stocked in retailers in Ireland, you can shop online at

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