One of the biggest trends coming off the catwalk this year has been surprising – chains. As it appears fashion trends from the late 90s and early 2000s are returning with a bang. Thick bulky chains are the season’s newest craze. Starting at the beginning of the year and gradually increasing in thickness and size, the chan trend appears to be here to stay. Fashion designers all over the world have incorporated this element into their clothing and jewellery and some brands have even gone as far as incorporating it in watch designs. Stay ahead of the curve and be a trendsetter with these magnificent and modern women’s chain-link watches.
This Calvin Klein watch is a must-have for those in love with this trend. Its simple design gives it a modern appeal while the chain bracelet adds a touch of toughness. The watch is ideal for powerful women who know their strengths and how to get what they want. Its case is in a more delicate oval shape and features a minimalist silver-coloured sunray dial. This gives the timepiece a softer, more feminine appearance without losing the overall tone. The chain bracelet is secured by a lobster clasp. The watch features an hour and minutes functions.
Sophisticated, dainty and womanly, this model by Michel Herbelin exudes confidence and class. The stainless steel bracelet is polished and though it’s clearly inspired by chains it manages to retain its refined tone. The 20 mm case is rectangular. A rich blue dial with a slight gradient effect adds interest to the design. The dial is kept simple and clean. A set of pointed silver-coloured dauphine hands tie in the design. The only decore on the dial, apart from the hands, is the Michel Herbelin name.
This Tissot mode has an appealing slight asymmetrical design. Its bracelet style is inspired by the rope style chain at the front and carries onto a thin double link bracelet at the back. The round case and bracelet are made of stainless steel. A white mother-of-pearl dial accentuates the watch’s delicate design. The indices on the model have been replaced by 12 diamonds for a more luxurious look. A date aperture is situated at the 6 o’clock position. With the clean simplistic silhouette of the watch, Tissot is aiming to emphasize that this watch is not only a watch but a piece of jewellery.
If you’re looking to join the trend in a more subtle way this Citizen timepiece is just for you. The understated chain link design of the bracelet gives it an elegant tone. Made of stainless steel the case and the bracelet have been PVD plated in a rose-gold colour. The case is round and features a silver dial with a sunray pattern. 4 rounded rose gold indices contrast the dial and complement the rose gold hands. The watch features an Eco-Drive movement.
A playful feminine design, the chain bracelet on this Coach watch consists of horseshoe-shaped links. This gives the watch a slight equestrian tone making it perfect for lovers of the animal and equestrian sports. The simplistic round dial ground the otherwise fun and unusual design. The case and bracelet are made of stainless steel. Its silver-coloured dial is complemented by a set of baton hands. 4 crystals replace the indices for a more high-end luxurious look. The Coach logo and brand name are also featured on the dial.
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