Use a personalized watch box to house your watch collection



There are few items amongst your possessions that define your character or personal style. One’s wardrobe usually gravitates a particular style with various outliers or courageous purchases. Perhaps you like bright colors or ruffled textures. That’s all well and good, but clothes get worn out and replaced. A favorite blouse that you wear all the time is not going to last you forever – most likely because you’re wearing it all the time. The defining and lasting part of a wardrobe can usually be found in the jewelry collection. Not only is jewelry usually made of durable materials such as metals and leather, but It can be worn with anything. That is, you can wear a ring with any outfit whereas you cannot wear your favorite leather jacket on a sweltering summer day or on a day trip to the local neighborhood pool.

Even within your jewelry collection, there are pieces that are more definitive than others. You will likely have a few pieces here and there that were picked out simply because they compliment a few of your outfits very well. These pieces might be cute, but they’re not nearly as valuable as something like a locket from a significant other. Similarly, a wedding band carries much more weight than any other. Watches are especially defining pieces because of the utility they hold in your life. No jewelry set is complete without a respectable collection of watches. A wrist watch has all the characteristics of a key piece of jewelry: it is interchangeable, durable, and aesthetically pleasing. It also has the unique benefit of helping guide us through the day.

While they can easily be placed in a jewelry armoire, watches are special and should be treated as such. Housing your collection in a personalized watch box is a great way to display and manage your wristwatches.

Written by Asher Briggs

Personalized watch boxes

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