Well, needless to mention what this feature is all about- of courses some of the latest luxurious watches!
A wrist watch is a bare minimum necessity for any working woman, but don't you know that your watch speaks loads about your personality? If you were the believer and lover of those feminine delicate models of wrist watches that had the tiniest of dial, hardly focusing on time, but only the design element... time for you to take a look around. You are no more a meek gender, so flaunt an accessory that is loaded with utter luxury, opulence, and is absolutely domineering.
|Imperiale Tourbillion by Chopard|
|Stunning Beauty for your Delicate Wrist!|
|Try any of them!|
Imperiale Collection(Empire of Dreams)
A true classic from the House of Chopard, the Imperiale watch collection is welcoming new variations. This year sees the introduction of a steel chronograph, while the majestic lines of this collection are enriched with yellow gold.
Born in the 1990s and revisited in 2010, the Imperiale radiates an appeal stemming first and foremost from its harmonious proportions and refined details. Endowed with a powerful and symbolic character, it asserts itself as the natural choice for women impelled by an all-conquering spirit.
Crusader by Antonio Bernini
Are you an avid traveller? Or, is your job taking you to places all over the globe? This watch is the perfect choice for you. While the brand calls it for men, we don't care as its purely gonna suffice to all your needs, and dominance of course.
Understanding the need of an ardent traveller, the Crusader brings its inspiration from the globetrotter and voyagers. It boasts of dual time zones in a case to help keep track of the home time & the current city time. Each time zone is adjustable by a separate crown on the sides of the case to ease manoeuvrability. Crusader boasts a 3D multi layered dial and integrated genuine leather strap in Black or Brown.
|Shell Watch by Vacheron Constantin|
Shell watch: Engraving and Champlevé Enamelling
Made in 18k gold and white gold, water resistant (tested at a pressure of 3 bars), stamped with a Hallmark of Geneva, this piece is a sheer luxury. Shells and starfish form a luminous ochre-tinged seabed swept over by slender light skeletonised hands. The interlocking shells and starfish stage a fascinating dance which, depending on the light, showcases various details of their anatomy.
|Freelancer by Raymond Weil|