House Of Watches Sekonda Crystella White & Blue Bracelet Watch

I absolutely fell in love with shamballa bracelets when I first discovered them a few years ago, as much like a magpie I am fascinated by shiny, sparkling things. I never feel fully dressed unless I’m wearing a wrist watch, but at the same time I don’t like to clutter my arms with bangles and bracelets on both sides, as I believe less is more and tend to only ever dress one arm at a time for understated elegance. So this gorgeous Sekonda blue and white crystella bracelet watch is perfect!

House Of Watches Sekonda Crystella White & Blue Bracelet Watch

House Of Watches Sekonda Crystella White & Blue Bracelet Watch

Set in stainless steel with a round mother of pearl Quartz dial, the bracelet features a black plaited strap with sparkling blue and white crystal clusters that catch the light and twinkle at every angle. It’s splash resistant to water making it ideal for casual wear and brings a practical touch to a pretty bracelet.

As my eyes are blue I therefore tend to wear blue jewels and find silver a flattering colour for my pale skintone as it also looks incredible with a tan. The strap is easily adjusted by the pull string fastening so there’s no concern over removing links or having it rattle around your wrist as it can be fitted precisely within seconds.

Compared to a regular watch it’s far lighter, more slim-lined and effortless to wear as it doesn’t catch or bang on things as I go about my day. And it looks equally as exquisite when worn with a pair of jeans and t-shirt as it does a dress and heels of an evening. Priced at £59.99 from House Of Watches this is my first ever bracelet watch and I suspect that it will soon become one of many.

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Tracy Kiss

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London, UK

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