Rose gold has recently become an incresingly popular trend in watches in the last few years. It was initially believed that this trend would die out soon, however it seems that the rose gold trend is one that is here to stay.
The warm gold colour is adds a touch of elegance to any outfit that you team it with and can be used to make a statement. Over time the roe gold trend has crept into all our accessories jewellery, bags, shoes etc. but the accessory it is most popular in is watches. The rose gold trend is not only limited to the ladies although more directed at them. Hints of rose gold finishes are becoming popolar in mens accessories as well. Rose gold indexes in mens watches, a touch of rose in cuff links are now desirable among the men.
These look great with pastel shades and make for the perfect accessory to team with any outfit in the autumn/winter seasons. Add a bit of extra glamour to the rose gold with diamonds as these make for a great combination and looks effortlessly chic.
Friday, 9 October 2015 16:10:49 Europe/London
Friday, 7 August 2015 12:21:39 Europe/LondonYOUR PERSONAL GUIDE TO BUYING THE PERFECT WATCH!!
Its always important to be on time, but its equally important to arrive in style! Yes, we all have our smartphones these days that can tell us the time, but nothing can take away the look and charm of a wristwatch. Not only does it look great but also is the perfect accessory for any occasion. Choosing the right watch is a big deal, because lets face it, it has to be pretty and fit correctly. Don't be perturbed though, we at WatchTown.co.uk are here to help you pick that perfect watch, that will be the topic of conversation at your next party.
To begin with, choose the right size depending on your wrist The most desired watches these days are big chunky ones, cases in the range of 38-42 mm. Make sure it fits well and doesn't look too big or too small for your wrist.
Then there is the shape, although this is a personal choice, we suggest you choose one that suits your style. The most common ones in the market are round, square or rectangular. Don't be scared to add a little bling, it could make a statement.
If you are buying a watch as a gift for someone else, make sure you know them well and their taste. Classic is always a safe choice to make.
And lastly, It is commonly understood that buying a watch is like buying a house. But it doesn't always have to be as expensive, budget realistically. If you find one that is right for you, it would go a long way.
Monday, 25 May 2015 19:19:27 Europe/London
Wearable technology is taking over the market at an increasingly fast pace. From technology companies like Samsung and Apple to fashion and luxury brands like Armani and Guess are all introducing wearable technology as a part of their collection.
The latest luxury and fashion brand to jump on to the bandwagon is Fossil. Fossil will launch its own wearable technology later this year which it will develop in collaboration with Google and Intel. This will be supported by smartwatches from three designer brands – Michael Kors, Emporio Armani and Fossil itself.
Various reports suggest that the move into the wearable technology is a conscious one by Fossil as they wish to move away from the traditional retail environment and into the e-commerce segment.
Like other smartwatches, the one from Fossil will also have to be paired with a smartphone and will have multiple accessories and price points. Many details have not yet been revealed of the three watches which are scheduled for a release later this year, but Fossil does promise a “branded digital experience.”
Meanwhile, Fossil plans to also launch jewellery along with smartwatches – some with digital display and some without.
The entry of Fossil into the wearable technology market is not very surprising as the market is fast growing and offering a wide spectrum of options in terms of price, features and style. The Mobile World Congress 2015, which took place in Barcelona in early March, also saw many companies such as LG and Huawei getting into the wearable technology market.
The wearable technology from fashion and luxury brands such as Fossil and Guess will give tough competition to those from technology companies such as Apple, with respect to design and trendiness. The recently launched Apple Watch has failed to impress fashionistas and large-scale retail chains which see the product more of a gadget rather than a must-have accessory.
Thursday, 14 May 2015 21:35:36 Europe/London
According to a recent Harper’s Bazaar article, a woman’s watch says a lot about her and we at Watch Town couldn’t agree more.
The article rightly points out that “picking a right watch is a bit like finding a husband.” The right one will stay with you forever and you pick the wrong one and you’ll be urging to get rid of it in a few years. Some women today even believe in getting a unique time piece for their engagement instead of the traditional bling on the finger.
Most women believe that their relationship with their watches is sacred. So sacred that some find it difficult to trust themselves with quality watches after going through a bad phase with one.
Women wearing big-dialled watches, which is traditionally considered as a man’s right, is nothing new today. The huge dials make for a casual-chic modern look along with looking the right amount of masculine and sporty. Harper’s Bazaar also tells us that wearing a men’s watch is sometimes considered as “wearing the pants” in today’s world.
Fashionistas also remind us that the trend of over-sized and sportier watches is here to stay; especially ceramic coloured for the upcoming summer season.
Along with new trends of wearing big-dials and sporty watches, some timeless styles like that of the square-faced fashion continue to have a strong stand in the market.
And last but definitely not the least, if you style it right way and pair it with the right outfit, any watch can look just fabulous. So go ahead, find the right watch for yourself only on www.watchtown.co.uk.