I love watches. I’m a strong believer that watches match your personality. Is it blinged out? Is it sporty? Colorful? Boring? Big? Small? Maybe I just analyze things too much — thanks psychology major.
Currently, I have one working watch. I’m not a big fan of it (it was a gift). It’s black and slim and not fun. I have five other ones that have dead batteries and/or missing parts. Instead of fixing them, I go shopping for new watches online. It’s great.
Right now I’m all about getting the biggest bang for my buck. This tends to lead to no purchases because that would mean I have enough money to pay for an expensive item other than my student loans. But a girl can dream about rockin’ a beauteous watch, right?
Here are my must have watches:
A classic watch that you can swap out the band to match any outfit. Timex field army watch for J.Crew, $150
I love the round by square-ish face. The little hint of green and blue in the logo and the leather strap. La Mer, $88
This one is my favorite. I love the polka dots, the heart second hand, the little bling, the unique shape of the face, and the cheaper price tag. Betsey Johnson, $85
Kate Spade is my go to designer. If I buy any gold watch in the future, it’s going to be this one. I like how it’s streamlined and masculine, but has pink details to make it feminine. Kate Spade Gramercy Grand Watch, $225
If I got this watch I wouldn’t have to worry about the whole faux pas of mixing metal tones (even though I think it’s getting more acceptable). And I’ve always wanted something with rose gold in it. Michael Kors, $275.
I think I like this one because it’s red and red is a classic va va voom color for women. It would be attention to a sexy wrist. I think I read in one of my psychology books that men are attracted to smaller wrists. Why not draw more attention to this? Betsey Johnson, $115
Which one should I spend my hard earned cash on? And what will you think of me when I wear it?