3 ways to wear a gray and rose gold watch

A feminine look: pair it with feminine details and light airy colors. This works because the rose gold is overtly girly and fresh.
When I was about 12 I got a Timex watch and wore it all the time. It wasn’t stylish, but it was my favorite color: green. 

When it died I stopped wearing a watch regularly until I was 21 years old and in grad school, but working as a CNA (trying to figure out what to do with my life because apparently that’s not what college was for…). The watch I chose then was also a stylish tortoise and gold watch that I still wear sometimes even though the battery is dead 😛

But guess what?! Timex is looking really hot this spring with a new modern makeover!

A sporty look: the gray band gives the watch a little edge, which makes it perfect for a all-black sporty look.

When Timex reached out to me and asked if I would be interested in reviewing a watch for their spring collection I had a quick look at their current designs and immediately said, “yes!”  

This watch style is called the Peyton and it comes in other colors and finishes. They’re in the $60 range and are wonderful to add a little extra flair to your #ootd. Be sure to check them out on your own when you’re done reading this post! 

A punk look: this works because of the gray strap and the rose gold adds a little bling to spice up the look.

I was nervous about the rose gold at first, but it’s been a dream to wear (nonstop for 3 days, plenty of time to know if I’ll have a allergic reaction). As pretty as that metal color is I normally can’t wear it since I’m allergic to nickel. According to our wedding rings designer nickel is one of the additives that gives gold that rose gold look. I don’t know why I’m not breaking out, but I’m glad I’m not! So if anyone else out there needs things nickel free, this is a great watch for you too!

Which Timex is your favorite for spring 2017? Comment below!

Xo, 

Kellie 

This post has been brought to you in partnership with Timex. As always all thoughts and opinions are my own.

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