Technically, this isn’t stored in my closet, but rather in my catchall jewelry bowl that lives on top of my dresser. Honestly, the majority of my clothing and fashion items are probably stored outside of the closet, because I share the walk-in with my boyfriend. This girl (that’s me!) has a lot of clothing/shoes/accessories, etc.. Moving right along…I’m sharing this watch with all of you lovely people because I wanted you to know why I love this piece so much, and why it’s always part of my attire!
For the longest time, I wore a silver Fossil watch with a rose quartz face. It was just a simple watch, but every time I wanted to wear a gold necklace, or some other form of gold jewelry, I felt like it clashed with my watch. Well…I couldn’t just not wear a watch (it makes me feel naked if I leave the house without one), so I would switch my watch over to a cheap little hinged gold watch that I picked up from Kohl’s. This started to bother me, because I realized that I quite often would want to mix my metals in terms of jewelry, but neither of my watches were really my style and they also weren’t working with my other jewelry. And then I found this one! It’s both silver and gold, and goes with all metal colors I decide to pair it with. The face of this watch is also a creamy white color with gold numerals so it isn’t overpowering or impractical.
Basically, my point is, that having a watch that’s both silver and gold, allows for many more metal combinations when it comes to your jewelry!
You can get a Michael Kors one just like mine here! Or if you want some other options try here for Kate Spade. She offers something a bit more delicate. You can also try Fossil if you want a lower price point like this one here. And if you’re looking for something a bit more eye catching, delicate, and with a lower price point, try this one from DKNY!
What do you think? Is your go to watch one tone or two? Do you even wear a watch on the regular? Tell me what you think!
Bows and Arrows,