I’ve always found that the path to gifting someone a piece of ‘fashion’ is littered with complexities. As much as we’re told that ‘it’s the thought that counts’, each of us want to make sure that our gift does not come across as subpar. It’s not ego that makes that the case, rather our desire to show our love and appreciation. So it is that we seek out the gift whose quality is at least recognisable to the recipient, a desire which generally sees us contemplating gifts from the known fashion and jewellery houses. Houses whose reputation for doing things best precedes them. One problem solved.
That in itself raises another gifting complexity, however – how does one purchase something from such houses without forsaking the quality a gift for a loved one needs: individuality? The right marquee alone doesn’t say everything we need – the gift itself needs to be perfect for the individual.
With Mother’s Day looming it was this careful process required of gifting that my thoughts entertained as I made my way down Sydney’s George Street, pausing beneath various marquee emblazoned awnings to avoid the autumn rains before I entered the genial world of Tiffany & Co.
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