Style Gals know that accessories make an outfit, right down to the one that gives you the time of day. So donΓÇÖt be tardyΓÇª on getting your perfect spring timepiece. Here are four watches weΓÇÖre loving for the season.
KENNETH COLE. Just exactly how does your watch tell the time? Kenneth Cole is letting the secret out, featuring watches that offer a see-through screen so you can see its mechanisms inside at work. Available with a round case and classic shades of white, black, silver and rose gold, this look, available for men and women, actually makes it fun to watch the minutes tick away. The newest version is $250 and is available at www.Macys.com.
BCBGMAXAZRIA. Who says a watchΓÇÖs face has to be boring? BCBG has turned the Icon’s dial into a work of art, encasing the numerals in a BCBGΓÇÖs simple floral insignia. The watch is available in a variety of colors, including this springΓÇÖs popular choice, rose gold, with either a leather strap or stainless steel bracelet. Our recommendation? Snap up the Icon in yellow to brighten up the upcoming rainy spring months. The watch, which retails for $125, is available April 25.
FREESTYLE. Now we know what youΓÇÖre thinking: a fashionable jelly watch? And yet, Freestyle has done just that. Adding a pop of color to its Blush collection, the company offers fun and flirty watches with durable polyurethane straps and touch screen capability, and they are, of course, waterproof to appeal to their surf, skate and snow crowd. ItΓÇÖs hard to choose between the white, periwinkle and coral pink tones. At $95, we just might scoop up all three. Available at www.freestyleusa.com.
D&G TIME. Sometimes, you just need a little bling in life. You know youΓÇÖre gonna get it with a D&G watch. Whether itΓÇÖs the Flock Ext. with its silver dial filled with stones; the CΓÇÖest Chic with a strap covered in crystals or the new Sestriere (pictured) with a jeweled face and exposed gears, everyone will know you know how to sparkle. With prices ranging from $175 to $325, you can find D&G Time watches here.
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