When worn right, a good accessory will go a long way to compliment an outfit with an effortless and put-together look. Functional and elegant, women’s watches can serve as jewellery that expresses their owner’s taste and style.
If you’re looking for something that will go with everything from crisp white shirts to sensuous dresses, women’s watches might be something to consider. True, wearing masculine watches is a great style statement for boyish looks, but for something more formal and dainty, these ladies’ watches will not disappoint.
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The Extraordinary Dials collection is indeed extraordinary, and it comes with three beautiful stories about dance.
While the ballet motif may not come as a surprise, avid fans will be excited as the dance theme makes its first-ever debut on the jeweller’s Extraordinary Dials collection. The Extraordinary Dials collection comprise two dazzling, vibrantly coloured timepieces: the Lady Danse and Lady Danse Duo. Lady Danse portrays a dancer about to enter her solo stage, while the latter takes on a more exciting sentiment of Broadway shows from the 50s and 60s.
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There is no doubt that the Royal Oak is Audemars Piguet’s most celebrated model. The Swiss Haute Horlogerie manufacturer has recently expanded its 15452 series with two latest Royal Oak Selfwinding models in 37 mm.
An excellent choice for those who love the watchmaker’s Royal Oak design but prefers something more feminine, the two iterations come in a white or pink gold, both set with diamonds. Though the two watches carry a hint of colour from the gemstones, the gulloché dial in new grey or beige remains subtle and pairs well with the satin-finished calfskin leather strap.
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Welcoming the new Polo Date 36 to its family, Piaget’s latest release is a perfect choice for on-the-go elegance. With refined movements and complications that come in vivid colours, the new Piaget Polo treads the delicate balance between the art of watchmaking and fun creativity.
Famed for its shape-in-shape design, the timepiece features a round bezel with a cushion-shaped dial—this time with a slimmer and more elegant profile thanks to the self-winding calibre 500P1. The graphic dial with horizontal guilloché pattern compliments the Dauphine and skeleton hands with diamond-set indexes. Opt between Piaget’s interchangeable strap system or steel and gold bracelet with alternating polished and satin-finished H-design to express your style.
Hermès Horloger’s designs are playful and unique. Compared to the more colourful models such as the extravagant Hermès Arceau Space Derby, Galop d’Hermès provides a more subtle gimmick while remaining true to the maison’s equestrian heritage. Created in 2019, Galop d’Hermès features a stirrup-inspired curve in classic gold and steel interpretations with thin leather straps.
The cult-classic and androgynous Cartier Tank gets a revamp with the maison’s newly-launched Tank Must. Just as the name indicates, the model combines two of Cartier’s most iconic lines, the Tank and the Must, with rounded brancards and dial proportions that give nods to the Tank Louis Cartier.
The new iteration of the Tank Must is ornate with a pearled cabochon winding crown. The Tank Must is available in large and small versions with a choice of colourful leather straps with traditional ardillon buckle and monochromatic steel bracelets.
Amongst many of Jaeger-LeCoultre’s iconic watches, the Reverso ranks as one of the watchmaker’s most recognisable designs. Those who love 1920s’ design will fall in love with the Reverso, with its swivel-case design, dual faces and Art Deco motif that ranks it as one of the most luxurious women’s watches.
Reverso’s latest iteration, Reverso One Duetto Moon, captures feminine beauty with sensual, feminine design. The timepiece comes in two options—a pink-gold bracelet and a burgundy-red leather strap. And since the Reverso’s most unique characteristic is its ‘reversed’ dual face, the Reverso One Duetto Moon’s flipside hides a beautiful burgundy dial and moon-phase display.