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The Class(ic) Apart
Authored by: Sean  

Every now and then a trend emerges and storms the world of clothes and accessories. In time, these trends disappear or metamorphose into something else and stay for a while longer. And yes, sometimes things make a huge comeback and take us back into an older world. Whatever be the process, one thing for sure, change is indeed the name of the game.

 

Except in one case – a truly classic creation. This is like the Rock of Gibraltar – a steadfast spirit that is there with every generation and making life so much more stylish and enjoyable. In the world of watches, brands have always capitalized on tradition and time honored designs and crafted classic collections. Re-edition watches and vintage designs are creating quite a big footprint when it comes to accessories. So, it is our responsibility to present to you a Class(ic) of watches which are, well, Classic.

 

One of the classic shapes, popular almost with anybody is the rectangle/square. The Armani Women’s Classic AR0499 is a beautiful, black , brilliant creation that typifies everything that’s right in the world of classic timepieces. We had to choose the Hamilton Lloyd H19412753 for the gentlemen. A beautiful retro design makes this watch utterly handsome.

 

Armani Women's Classic

Armani Women’s Classic

 

Silver straps spell pure elegance and for the men, DiscountShop has Hugo Boss Men’s Classic 1513040. A cool watch in silver and white – this is a wonderful way to go timeless. In consonance with white and silver charm, the ladies have the DKNY Women’s Classic NY2130 to be utterly bewitching with.

Hugo Boss Men's Classic

Hugo Boss Men’s Classic

 

Brown is a pretty solid and robust color when it comes to vintage-looking timepieces and the Skagen Women’s Classic 816XSDXC1 puts brown ceramic into a gorgeous round wristwatch for you. We know that lovely is not a word that gets associated with watches for men but take a look at the Tissot Tradition T0636173603700 and tell us that this description does not fit! Amazing legacy to have on your wrist!

Skagen Women's Classic

Skagen Women’s Classic

 

Classic watches do not have to be ‘typical’ colors. But if we could salute tradition by saying blue is for men then the magnificent blue dial of the Kenneth Cole Men’s Classic KC9346 is waiting to be part of your wardrobe. And yes, pink for the ladies comes by way of the Casio Women’s Classic LTP-1241D-4A. Petite and pretty pink is a charming style statement to make.

Kenneth Cole Men's Classic

Kenneth Cole Men’s Classic

 

Dual tone bracelets have found their way into many classic watches. The silver and gold combination of the Fossil Women’s Classic BQ1410 is arresting and completely captivating. The champagne and gold accents of the Armani Exchange Men’s Classic AX2131 will make you want to raise a toast to it.

Fossil Women's Classic

Fossil Women’s Classic

 

A while earlier we talked about silver straps so we must add gold straps to this collection of watches. The oh-so-chic light gold of the Citizen Men’s Classic AN8052-55E seems to get brighter because it is coupled with a deep, dark dial. The Seiko Women’s Classic SUJF48 looks like it has been built with miniature bricks! You will love the ‘constructed’ look of this little gold watch.

 

Citizen Men's Classic

Citizen Men’s Classic

The word ‘classic’ might inspire images of traditional watches but you can get decidedly different even when you go classic. One way of doing so is to get yourself some red with the Casio Men’s Classic W-S220C-4AV. If you would love a delightful mix of ‘conventional classic’ and ‘chic contemporary’ then do be sure to check out the Daniel Wellington Classic Glasgow 0204DW.

Casio Men's Classic

Casio Men’s Classic

 

Of course there is plenty more where this list came from. Watches that are honored by time are forged into classic shapes alright!

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