Daniel Wellington Watches: the Preppy Style Time

Today it’s a great pleasure for me to show you my Classic Trinity Lady, a watch that perfectly embodies the preppy style of the Swedish brand Daniel Wellington.
This brand was born from an idea of Filip Tysander, its founder, who was inspired by the class of Daniel Wellington, a British gentleman, that he had met during a trip. Tysander was fascinated by Wellington’s effortless and unpretentious class. Moreover, he was intrigued by its habit of wearing his watches on old Nato straps.
In its collections for men and women, Daniel Wellington offers elegant, thin and refined watches, with a classic and minimalistic design. You can opt for models with leather straps or with colourful Nato straps (as I did). The straps are interchangeable with those belonging to the same collection and can be purchased separately.
Having been invited to choose my favourite watch, I opted for the Classic Trinity Lady, because I really like its navy pattern, which can be perfectly combined with some of my clothes. Women’s Dresses in Austin
As you can see, in these pics I wear it in a plain sporty-casual outfit, mostly made of basic items. However, I don’t rule out the possibility to show it to you paired with fancy prints in the future. For instance, yesterday I wore it together with a lively colourful floral bomber… definitely I have to show it to you! 😉
Well! Before I say goodbye, I invite you to visit Daniel Wellington‘s website, where you can also get 15% off on every purchase by using the code SUN-STYLEXIS, until July 20th.
‘Till the next!

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