The Inner Horologist Inside Your Body Will, Again and Again, Fondle Your Senses. Well, To Win Over That, Keep Reading!
Wrists are just flesh and bones without watches adorning them. They have not only been in the fashion industry for quite a long period but also have been an eternal part of our attire. After constantly wearing watches, have you ever noticed your wrist? Well, if you have not, please do. The dullness of your wrist will speak out to you and tell you to wear one as soon as possible. Well, not all watches look good, especially if they are not toned with your attire. That’s where we come in and bring some immaculate timepieces which do not only go with attire but amplify them gloriously!
Chopard has been one of the greatest and most symbolic watchmakers of all time.
- Chopard L.U.C. Time Traveler One Limited Edition
Founded by Louis-Ulysse Chopard in 1860, Chopard has been one of the greatest and most symbolic watchmakers of all time. It is not only something that is just known for its quality but is also a symbol of high standards and an ambiguous choice amongst all.
Why did we choose this watch? Well, because the L.U.C. tag is associated with it. Not only named after its founder but this watch has been made by keeping iconic in mind. Keeping the travelling side of things in mind, this watch is specifically made for travel enthusiasts.
With an entirely in-house design and functionality, this limited-edition timepiece tracks 24 time zones which can intrigue your wanderlust side. With the stainless-steel body and the Super-LumiNova®-coated hands, the overall look of this watch enhances. The time engravings on the watch make the simple process of reading time quite exciting and easy.
Powered by the Oris Calibre 561, the body is made up of stainless steel and a coloured theme is what makes it somewhat special.
- Oris Rectangular Automatic
This combination of “O.R.I.S” sets the wrist on fire as it complements your look better than anything else. Some people just like to wear something sharp and edgy; a rounded dial is nice, but what suits you best will be a rectangular dial.
For the people who like to live on the edge every time, we have chosen Oris’s rectangular Automatic watch which is the definition of chic minimalistic. Powered by the Oris Calibre 561, the body is made up of stainless steel and a coloured theme is what makes it somewhat special.
Alongside the four main time engravings, a mini date window can also be found right on the bottom centre of the watch. Another thing that attracts the eye at the first glance is the transparent circular cut out which makes way for glancing at the Swiss-made automatic movement.
The name “Iced Sea” makes sense when you look at the Glacier themed dial which gives you a look of ice.
- Montblanc 1858 Iced Sea
Known for its popular streak in luxury goods, Montblanc has been here since 1906 from the Heilig land of Germany. Originally dealing in luxury pens and wallets, Montblanc’s step in the field of luxury timepieces proved to be a blessing.
The “1858” collection by Montblanc is inspired by none other than those iconic 1920s and 1930s Minerva watches which were very popular expedition watches back then. The name “Iced Sea” makes sense when you look at the Glacier themed dial which gives you a look of ice.
While the body is made up of stainless steel, it features a Swiss-made calibre MB 24.17 automatic movement. You can see the extended metallic black bezels which enhance the overall look of the stainless-steel body. Being an adventure watch, it’s also waterproof up to 300 meters or 1000 feet.
Again, going back to the 1880s, this watch is a tribute to their classic three gold bridges design.
- Girard-Perregaux Classic Bridges
Dating all the way back to 1791, the history of this horological mogul is as complicated as its name. Most popularly, Girard-Perregaux is known for their tourbillon with three gold bridges which they got recognised for in 1889.
Again, going back to the 1880s, this watch is a tribute to their classic three gold bridges design. Taking a glance at this timepiece will make you fall in love with it. Rocking a skeleton shaped dial, it features an all-transparent design which makes the way for the brand’s Swiss-made calibre GP08600-0001 automatic movement.
It also features sapphire crystal glass which is quite durable and scratch-resistant. Not only from the front, but the brand endorses an “Exhibition” back panel which also will give you a glimpse of the beautiful automatic movement.
Slim D’hermès features a rather unconventional and unique design that is dependent on your taste.
- Hermès Timepieces Slim D’hermès
Coming from the fashion capital of the world, Hermes Paris deals in everything that fashion can reach up to. Setting foot in the timepiece industry for more than a century now, Hermes knows how to please every side of the horologists.
Talking about the design of Slim D’hermès, it features a rather unconventional and unique design that is dependent on your taste. If you are into straight stencil numerical design, then the designer Philippe Apeloig has got your back.
It also features an all-platinum body which makes the room for a translucent dial. With a Swiss-made calibre H1950 automatic movement, everything looks seamlessly beautiful. Standing at an impressive 39mm, this watch matches up to the name; Slim D’hermès