5 Watches You Need on Your End of Summer Wishlist

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There’s nothing quite like a watch to bring an outfit together, and what I love about watches is that they last a lifetime. You don’t have to worry about the ever-changing trends, especially when you pick a classic style. I’m absolutely loving the watch selection this season, and below I’ve picked out my top five for the transition between summer and fall!

1 – Emporio Armani – Gianni T-Bar Blue Leather Strap

As soon as I saw this watch I pictured it with a million different outfits. I love navy blue, and I think that this watch with the thinner leather strap is so elegant while also having that manly dark color and shape. I think this would pair well with preppy, nautical looks in the summer, but also with tan suede & oatmeal sweaters in the fall.

2 – Bering – Ceramic Watch

I also love the deep teal ceramic touches on this Bering watch. Matched with rose gold metal and shimmering crystal, this would liven up a white peasant top for summer, or a plain black long sleeve shirt with an oversized scarf in the fall.

3 – Emporio Armani – Swarovski Crystal Studded Watch

I love how this classic shape intersperses thin links throughout for a more interesting rose gold watch. Plus, I think the mother of pear face plate looks so classy against the circle of rose gold. This is another watch that I would wear with just about anything, it’s so versatile.

4 – Kate Spade New York – Holland Watch

How incredible is this pink mother of pearl face plate? This watch is so romantic and I think it would look stunning with a floral dress and structured jacket or more low-key with ripped denim shorts and a flouncy tank.

5 – Tory Burch – Classic T Watch

I’m from Cape Cod, so I can never resist the preppy style of Tory Burch pieces. The chunky gold dial markers stand out stunningly against the navy watch face. This classic would pair perfectly with a flouncy mini skirt and crisp white top!

Which watches do you have on your wishlist? Leave a comment below!

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