I think people around me believed me when I said that all I want for Christmas is peace and goodwill to all mankind, because nobody bothered to give me this:
Philip Stein Women's 'Modern' Steel and Leather Quartz Diamond Watch
(and oh, yes, it has to be in pink!)
I have never worn a watch ever since I lost my watch at the veggie counter at the local grocery a few months ago(believe me, I tried to look for it under all the broccoli, zucchini and cucumber-but that was after an hour, when I realized that my watch was gone. I never found it...)!
Oh, well, I hope somebody (shout-out to hubby) is reading this and realize that luxury watches are a girl’s best friend (my best friend, anyway). I would appreciate it so much if he/she would remember I want the watch around either Mother’s Day, my birthday in November or Christmas in 2013.
Luxury watches have gone beyond their purpose of telling you the time. They have evolved into fine timepieces that blend elegance and innovation. While relatively lower-priced watches are mass produced, luxury timepieces are intricately made and crafted by an expert horologist (an expert maker of timepieces), assuring you of top-quality watches so intricate and so durable they will practically last forever.
Since they last for a long time, luxury watches can be family heirlooms which can be passed from moms to daughters, like rings, necklaces, and other jewelries. I remember my mom using a beautiful watch given by my Grandma. I have that old Rolex watch of my grandma in my jewelry box now. Truly, this watch is proof that high quality and exquisite craftsmanship will last for generations.
Everyone will have their own reasons for wanting a luxury watch. It could either be an investment or an indulgence. For me, it would probably be as an investment and as a reflection of my personality and style. I would also like it to last long, so that I can pass it on to my daughters.
And of course, I want it in pink!