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Hi! I am Amy Goodman, Timex Fashion Trend Director. Today you are at the Timex Fashion fall preview, where I am giving you a sneak peek behind-the-scenes tour of the latest and greatest in fall watches. Let's take a look.
One of the most exciting trends of the year is jewelry inspired watches. Now Timex has every design imaginable in this category, from contemporary to classic, from bangles to bracelets, and comes in sliver, gold, and two tone. These watches are very delicate and do double duty as a beautiful wrist adornment.
Here is another fresh take on the style from Timex. This lustrous oval dial and linked metal bracelets makes for a sleek and simple design, that's truly modern. On the other end of the spectrum women are coveting men's watches. This is perfect for the women who embraces an oversized watch to make one big bold singular statement.
Look for styles like these, Timex dress sport watches that evoke a sporty feel, and for dials that are oversized, but don't overpower your wrist.
Although neutral hues rule the runaway, there were pops of color and accessories, watch band and dial is an easy way to integrate this trend, plus you have every hue in the rainbow to choose from.
Two hot colors this fall, lavender and pink. Pink has evolved from cutesy cutesy to all grown up. Check out the square watch with the pink glow and luminance and fall over, it's perfect for the sophisticate and the girly girl in all of us.
Thanks for joining me at the Timex Fall Fashion Preview. I am Amy Goodman. For more of my insider style tips, checkout timexstyle.com.