If you’re in the market for women’s Rolex watches, we have plenty to check out, including this Datejust Lady in 18k white gold.
The Rolex Datejust Lady in 18k white gold with a raised floral motif on the dial and a mechanical selfwinding movement.
A woman is not just a smaller version of a man, and likewise, a woman’s watch should not simply be a smaller version of a man’s watch. Over the past decade, the ladies’ wristwatch has evolved to assume its rightful place as the ultimate accessory. Transcending the simple task of telling time, it has reached its true potential as the perfect venue for the intriguing combination of high technology and high adornment. From diamond rotors to feathered dials, the ladies’ timepiece is the preferred ornament of the moment, and anything goes.
Jewelry watches are nothing new, but setting techniques have improved and designs have become spectacularly creative. Most of the brands that specialize in diamond watches, such as Chopard, Cartier and Breguet, have full gemsetting and cutting workshops on their premises, giving them the ability to custom cut diamonds in a variety of shapes and sizes to fit unique, complicated designs. Master jewelers are employed to set the diamonds microscopically.
Finally, now that the fashion industry is having a kaleidescope moment, color is playing a huge role in accessories, and has given rise to a renewed appreciation for the potential of a wristwatch to convey color: with vibrant straps, enameled dials and colored gemstones.
In terms of timing, it is now possible for women to have it all— even if it’s simply a scaled-down version of a favorite men’s classic.
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