A history of watches.

My history of watches:

1988 – My grandpa gave me my first watch when I was 8 years old. He had returned from a business trip in the U.S, and had brought with him a Guess watch, with a gold face and a red leather band. I loved it, and I wore it until the strap ripped.

2001 – My Mum gave me a watch when I turned 21, as is the tradition in my family. It was a brushed stainless steel, cuff-style watch, with an inlaid face.  I still have it, but it’s so not my style.

That’s it.
Until now!
I’m ready for a new watch. A watch that goes with everything, matches all eclectic jewellery collection, and doesn’t make me break out in itchy bumps. (I’m allergic to nickel.)

I’m not sure if this is the one, but, boy, does Mette make it look good.The search has begun. Any suggestions?

x Georgia

P.S Mette’s blog is one of my favourite daily reads, so you should definitely take a look. Right now.

[Images courtesy of Uniform Wares and u n g t b l o d.]


About Whatever's cool with me

Emilie is in New York, and Georgia is in Melbourne, Australia. This is where their daily dialogue about fashion, music, art & stuff-they-love continues.
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One Response to A history of watches.

  1. Self Styled says:

    My god, this watch is flawless. YOU NEED IT! It will go with everything and the shapes, clean lines and proportions will look fantastic on your wrist (and make it look thin & elegant!) Do it. Do it now. And then blog about it!

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