Time changes us all and the watch you’ve been wearing for the last years, as beautiful as it is, might not match your taste or personality anymore. It’s time to choose a new luxury watch that is up to date, not just with fashion trends, but with your new you.
Here’s our selection of top women’s luxury watches you can upgrade to:
1. Tiffany & Co and Patek Philippe TWENTY~4®
Diamonds are a women’s watch’s best friend. And if it’s great combinations we’re talking about, Patek Philippe and Tiffany & Co make quite the power couple. Among the models from this collaboration, you’ll find a sparkling version of the traditional Patek Philippe TWENTY~4®, featuring round brilliant diamond hour markers with a total weight of .45 CT. See more Tiffany & Co and Patek Philippe watches here.
2. Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust 31
Rose gold is one of the hottest colors and the trend is here to stay. If your watch is yellow gold or stainless steel and you’re looking for a fashionable upgrade, a rose gold watch is the way to go. Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust 31 series offers a wide variety of combinations including Everose gold, a unique 18K pink gold exclusively created by Rolex in 2005. Pick yours here.
3. Bulgari Serpenti Incantati
The snake is probably one of Bulgari’s most renowned symbol, present in necklaces, bracelets, and wristwatches. In the 1940’s, the Italian jewelry brand took the ancient mythological animal — which represents strength, wisdom and rebirth — and turned it into a worldwide icon of fine jewelry. Most recently, the Serpenti made a comeback when the brand launched a new line of women’s watches in Baselworld 2016. The Serpenti Incantati features a captivating geometric design, and is presented in 30mm white or pink gold cases. Learn more here.
4. A. Lange & Sohne Saxonia Thin
If you have decided to join the minimalism trend, it’s time to apply the less is more rule also to your wristwatch. The flattest watch made by A.Lange & Sohne, the Saxonia Thin’s case is 5.9 mm high and has a diameter of 40.0 mm. Find this delicate design here in 18K pink or white gold.
5. Van Cleef and Arpels Vintage Alhambra Bracelet Watch
For jewelry lovers, Van Cleef and Arpels has the most stunning jeweled wristwatch designs. The Vintage Alhambra bracelet watch is as delicate and sophisticated as a Van Cleef and Arpels piece can be. The design features a 26 mm x 26 mm white gold case, white mother-of-pearl dial and quartz movement. See the whole Alhambra series here.
6. Jaeger-LeCoultre Grande Reverso Lady Ultra Thin Duetto Duo
Launched in the early 1930s as a reversible sports watch, the Reverso 85th Anniversary Edition brings back a watch collector’s favorite. The reversible case was originally designed to protect the dial during Polo matches, but even if you’re not planning to play sports with it, wearing an icon of wristwatch design is enough reason to go for the Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso.
7. Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Chronograph
The “Lady Tapisserie” design of the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Chronograph is the perfect option for women who are searching for a bold luxury sports watch. The 32 brilliant-cut diamonds, with a total weight of 1.02 CT, give this timepiece a more feminine and delicate essence than the traditional Royal Oak Offshore Chronograph. The 37 mm case is made of stainless steel and is water-resistant to 50 m.
8. Hublot Big Bang Broderie
Art, fashion, and innovation converge in two new limited series by Hublot: the Bang Broderie Sugar Skull 41mm and the Big Bang Broderie 41 mm, presented earlier this year at the 2016 Geneva Show. Feminine and bohemian, these series are so unique that they come in three runs of 200 pieces each!
9. Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra 150 M
White is a summer’s must, and white watches give summer looks a fresh and sophisticated accent. The Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra 150 Omega Master Co-Axial Ladies’ 38.5 mm is one of our favorites. Its white mother-of-pearl and diamonds dial and white leather strap model makes for the perfect complement for a stunning summer look.
10. Cartier Crash
The Crash watch is another timepiece that made a comeback. Originally designed in the late 1960’s by Cartier, the wristwatch is a true collectible item. Its free-spirited shape reflects a time of rebellion and is an artistic statement itself. It features a mechanical movement with manual winding, and the white gold case is set with 149 brilliant-cut diamonds with a total weight of 2.15 CT.