They call it "fashionably late" for a reason. You show up well after everyone else has arrived so that you can be seen. You prefer to make an entrance rather than simply arrive at your destination. Otherwise why go through the trouble of choosing the perfect dress, the right shoes and the jewelry that makes them look twice? Proper timing is all part of the plan. And just wait until they see what's hiding up your sleeve.
The Vellamo Watch loves to be the center of attention. Showing off is part of its DNA. After all, the first jeweled women's watches appeared only on the wrists of royalty. European jewelers conspired with watchmakers to create fabulous accessories for the palace courts. Watches lavished with precious gems married fashion and function (though function often came in a distant second). These days, the line that distinguishes a "wristwatch" from "jewelry" is thin. And the Vellamo doesn't just walk that narrow line, it dances along it with pirouettes and cartwheels.
The Vellamo is powered by a precise quartz movement, with two blued hands to mark time on the elegant Mother-of-Pearl dial. Electric blue, Austrian crystal rounds sit at the 12, 3 and 9 o'clock positions and a separate seconds complication sits above the 6 o'clock spot.
Inside, it's a timekeeping machine. But outside, the Vellamo is all flash and feminity, crafted in a palette of pinks, golds and baby blues fit for the belle of any ball. The pink leather strap adds attitude and the bezel of Austrian crystals adds sparkle. It's also water-resistant to 3 ATMs...in case you really need to make a splash!