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For me, a classy watch tops off an outfit. I never feel quite fully dressed without one.
I got my first luxury watch for my 18th birthday and fell in love. My personal taste is very much minimalistic and classy, so when ADEXE got in touch and asked to gift me one of their watches I was so excited.
I’d seen a few other bloggers review their products, and they’ve also been featured in a number of luxe magazines such as Vogue, Elle and GQ.
The watch I chose was the Meek – Grande Rosegold, which retails at £109.
The watch comes in a sleek white box with ADEXE embossed at the top. It’s instantly recognisable as a luxury brand. When you open up the box there is a little ADEXE envelope with your warranty and some additional information inside. Your card is hand stamped and has a hand written model number. Each watch is handcrafted and it adds that personal touch. The watch is enclosed in white tissue paper and sealed with a branded sticker. Attention to detail is at the forefront of the brand and their simple, but effective black and white branding is a staple look.
The watch itself is stunning. It’s all hand-polished stainless steel in rosegold, which is an extremely on-trend metal right now and super feminine. It makes a welcomed change from your usual gold or silver. The glass is made from curved, hardened crystal and sits on a sleek and modern black face. Most watch faces tend to be white, so I thought the black face was a quirky look. The ‘numbers’ are represented by little rosegold lines, complete with rose gold and white hands. It also shows the date on the right hand side of the face.
With the price in mind, and knowing that this is a premium, personal brand, I feel that an ADEXE watch would make a beautiful gift for big occasions. I’m thinking graduation gifts and 21st birthdays. It’s the kind of gift that says, ‘I am an adult now’ (and a very fashionable one at that.) They are classy, stylish and timeless (pardon the pun) pieces that you will never be able to leave the house without.