Just as we are all in control of our looks and appearance. We are also responsible for the accessories we buy and how we wear them. Some of this is impulsive and some considered. Factors controlling these decisions are usually whether something is fun or functional, necessary or nice, affordable or indulgent and practical or bold.
But what if we could have all of these things in one product?
1636 portrait of Galileo Galilei by Justus Sustermans
When Galileo Galilei invented the pendulum, I guess he wasn’t thinking about whether someone might wear time one day, but as mechanical technology progressed this became possible.
But why the wrist?
My wrist is not pretty. I’ve always struggled to get a watch to ‘sit’ comfortably all day as my wrist bone is quite large and protruding, so wrist watches have always been uncomfortable for me. It’s amazing how many people I have met since creating my brand, who share a similar dislike for wearing watches on their wrist. Some take their watch off when typing on a laptop and others don’t much like a tan line there in summer either. Sure these are first world problems, but factors influencing a purchase and a sale all the same.
The fact is there are no rules in fashion, only perceptions of what conforms as being classed as ‘forward’
To watch something means to look at something for a period of time, especially something that is changing or moving. I would personally prefer not to role my sleeve back, specifically to look at my slightly unsightly wrist bone, therefore for my pleasure and for the bold and brave, ring watches are back but this time they are better than ever.
So, if you feel the same, move your watch to your finger and don’t just move with the times, get ahead of the trends, become fashion forward with my luxury range of ring watches. https://www.patriciastanley.co.uk/