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Top list: Chic watches for women

Sara Assadi

A watch isn’t just a watch. It’s also a piece of jewellery that you always have on you. Here are ladies watches suitable for both everyday use and parties from popular brands like Omega Watches and more.

Top list: Chic watches for all styles

There’s an unwritten rule that right-handed people wear the watch on their left wrist and vice versa. The reason for this is that it is easier to wind or correct a watch when using your writing hand. Nowadays, most watches run on batteries so maybe that's also why this old fashioned rule is no longer as strict. Today, all kinds of people wear their watches on either wrist.

Here are seven models for all occasions.

Seiko Dress (SRZ498P1)

Seiko Dress (SRZ498P1)

A small, neat gold-coloured watch that works well with a slightly more dressy outfit. The strap is made from gold-plated stainless steel and the watch has a silver-coloured dial with black numbers in Roman style that makes it easy to see the time. The dial is 28 mm wide. The watch works fine if you’re showering or swimming as it’s waterproof down to a depth of 50 metres. Seiko Dress is battery powered and comes in a gift box with a guarantee from the manufacturer.

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Seiko Prospex (SRPD11K1)

Seiko Prospex (SRPD11K1)

Prospex by Seiko is a slightly sportier and more masculine watch. The black strap is made of stainless steel and closes with a folding clasp. The dial, which is blue, also has the date on the right edge so you can easily keep track of both time and day. The watch is waterproof down to 200 metres and you don’t have to worry about changing batteries as it is self-winding with the help of the movements from your wrist.

Daniel Wellington Petite Sterling (DW00100164)

Daniel Wellington Petite Sterling (DW00100164)

Daniel Wellington is the watch manufacturer who made himself known for widespread use of influencers to market his product. This approach succeeded very well, because now his watches can be seen all over the world and the company has almost five million followers on Instagram. His watches are marketed as elegant and timeless classics, and the Petite Sterling model is no exception. A simple watch with a strap of stainless steel and a white dial that makes it feel like you’re wearing a discreet piece of jewellery on your arm.

Thomas Sabo Glam Spirit (WA0275-264-211)

Thomas Sabo Glam Spirit (WA0275-264-211)

If you lack glamour in your life, take a look at Thomas Sabo’s Glam Spirit and see if this gold-coloured watch with an emerald green dial might help you along the way. Thomas Sabo is known for his playful jewellery and this watch matches his style very well. This battery-powered wristwatch is made of steel. The classic analogue dial is 33 mm in diameter. A watch for anyone who wants to add a little more glamour to their everyday outfit.

WeWood Kappa Nut (70315700)

WeWood Kappa Nut (70315700)

A wooden wristwatch is the perfect accessory for anyone who wants to tear themselves away from the modern, digital and connected world for a while. With a wooden strap and a case in tempered mineral glass, this watch produces a robust and natural impression on the wrist. The dial is 46 mm wide, which makes it a good unisex model in a reasonable size for both narrower and wider hands. In addition to the time, the day is also shown on the dial. WeWood Kappa Nut is delivered in an attractive gift box made of unbleached cardboard.

Diesel Double Down 44 (DZ1437)

Diesel Double Down 44 (DZ1437)

Diesel Double Down is a lightweight, monochrome watch in a slightly sportier unisex design. The strap is made of silicone, and it has tempered mineral glass, which makes it a durable watch that can withstand both everyday life and hard work in the gym. The solid black analogue display shows the time, and the small white details on the hands make it easy to read the time.

Three tips for buying a watch

  1. Buy the right size. Do you want a small and narrow watch or a wide one with a large dial? Think about what suits your style best.

  2. Analogue or digital? This is a matter of taste, where only you know which you like best.

  3. Battery or self-winding? Are you OK replacing the battery or do you prefer a watch to wind itself up and never stop? Choose your watch accordingly.

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