14 Jun 2016 Timeless Elegance with Daniel wellington Classy Glasgow !!
I am sure you all must be aware about Daniel Wellington. DW is one brand that has taken the street style world by storm. I first heard of Daniel Wellington via their. Instagram account. I saw several fans and bloggers donning their pieces. I mentally made a note to purchase one. Luckily, I got my hands on “Daniel Wellington Classy Glasgow” watch sent by the brand.
DW is a Swedish watch company. They were kind enough to send me a watch for this feature. What I have is the Classy Glasgow from their collection.
I am more of someone who likes to accessorize minimal. I add only key statement pieces to my look. Daniel Wellington Classy Glasgow has become my daily style essential these days.
If you look at my first review post of Daniel Wellington Classy Glasgow here, you will definitely come to know how much I am in love with it. The simple design, rose gold accents, minimal layout, eye catching frame, the color combination and its nato strap has totally won me. Overall, Daniel Wellington’s watches are so clean yet perfect. DW is not just “basic” because it will never go out of trend. The Classy Glasgow for women with white – navy blue combination has never failed to suit my outfits irrespective of whether it is casual , formal or festive.
I highly recommend DW watches if you love peppy style. It has simplified my styling process. I no longer have the dilemma about what to wear. I feel very comfortable with my Classy Glasgow. Daniel Wellington makes for a beautiful companion. Other best features of this watch includes the inter changeable straps, ultra thin dial, Swarovski crystal index and Water resistance upto 3 ATM. Classy Glasgow is priced at $175.
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What do you think of my DW watch?? Which one is your favourite DW ??
- Top – Westside
- Jean – Sassy Soda, Westside
- Watch – C/o Daniel Wellington
- Flats – Tom Tailor from Jabong
- Bling Bag – Shop Nineteen (Gifted by a friend)
Note: This watch was kindly gifted by Daniel Wellington, but all views and photographs are my own.