If You’re Going to San Francisco (Be Sure to Wear Tacori)



Tacori Golden Bay collection pendant

A couple of weeks ago, I had the privilege of extending my stay on the West Coast after JCK Las Vegas and headed to San Francisco. It didn’t take long to fall in love (as most who follow me in Instagram could tell), and it quickly rose to the top of my list of favorite cities, along with Rome, Venice, Barcelona, and New York. So it was a coincidental pleasure when Tacori introduced me to its new Golden Bay collection.

 Tacori Golden Bay collection drop earrings

Already missing the Bay Area upon my return home, I delighted in the calm blue hue of the collection, inspired by the view of the bay from the Golden Gate Bridge (on a clear day, I’m assuming). The warm California sun is reflected in the stones’ shiny combinations, pairing cabochon sky blue topaz over hematite. The collection of pendants, bracelets, earrings, and rings positively glows in yellow gold.

 Tacori Golden Bay quatro ring

The collection is beautiful on its own, but its inspiration and backstory strengthen my affinity for it, as I recall that time I ate my way through admired the sights of San Francisco. I’m sure any of your customers who have fallen in love with the city will feel the same. And if they’ve never been, well, why wouldn’t you fall in love with a shade of blue so glorious?

Tacori Golden Bay bracelet

That aforementioned shade of blue is one that sings summer. From California to the roaring waves of an East Coast beach town, no matter where your customers’ travels or summer traditions take them, they can surely find room for a piece from this collection. Its prices easily justify a seasonal pick-me-up or special gift, with retail starting at $800. Retailers, your “it” collection of the season has arrived.

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