Jewelry Advertisement Quotes

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Everyone does this shit.’” I paused, letting Elliot's words hang in the air. Then I said, “There's no denying that he had a point. You see it in jewelry stores all the time: They inflate their price tags and then mark things down right in front of you so you think you're getting a good deal.” I paused again, then: “And all this business about an overorder isn't much different than all those stores you see advertising ‘ going-out-of-business sales.’ Most of them have been advertising the same going-out-of-business sale for the last ten years, and in ten more years they'll still be going out of business!
Jordan Belfort (Catching the Wolf of Wall Street: More Incredible True Stories of Fortunes, Schemes, Parties, and Prison)
Beneath the hundred thousand women of the elite are a million middle-class women, miserable because they are not of the elite, and trying to appear of it in public; and beneath them, in turn, are five million farmers' wives reading 'fashion papers' and trimming bonnets, and shop-girls and serving-maids selling themselves into brothels for cheap jewelry and imitation seal-skin robes. And then consider that, added to this competition in display, you have, like oil on the flames, a whole system of competition in selling! You have manufacturers contriving tens of thousands of catchpenny devices, storekeepers displaying them, and newspapers and magazines filled up with advertisements of them!
Upton Sinclair (The Jungle)
Diamonds are intrinsically worthless, except for the deep psychological need they fill. —NICKY OPPENHEIMER, CHAIRMAN OF DE BEERS     Advertising
Aja Raden (Stoned: Jewelry, Obsession, and How Desire Shapes the World)
repeatedly despite my feeble protestations. I would soon discover—perhaps the last person in America to do so—that this film was part of an entire ecosystem—books, clothes, jewelry, accessories—designed to support the launch of a new doll named, you guessed it, McKenna.
Andrew Essex (The End of Advertising: Why It Had to Die, and the Creative Resurrection to Come)