Read this Invicta watches review and find the perfect chronograph watch

How would you like to define elegance? It is a tough question. But you can say this. It is a well balanced combination of grace, style, precision and ingenious simplicity. The luxury watches which are available at hefty prices are the products which come packed with all these features. But Invicta watch collections have redefined it. The technical design and world class craftsmanship which was the founding principle of Piccard has been kept intact even by the descendants. Even with an impressive design, quality and durability, you can buy the Invicta watches for sale at a fair price. So, read on this Invicta watch review to find more about the company and its products.

Choosing the right chronograph watch

You will discover the many varieties of watches for women by Invicta. It’s like a sea with each product offering a unique and stunning setting to last many years. The diamond studded watches launched by the company are splendid looking, unlike many other products which look gaudy or become overbearing. These watches give a touch of class and luxury to the wearer. They are a well proportioned blend of all essentials which a woman can expect from a watch with long durability.

Discerning over the quality of a particular watch while making online purchases for your beloved daughter, mom or best friend is very difficult. The easiest and the best guidance anyone can give is to take guidance from the Invicta watches review of the previous buyers, to read the entire product description and to separate fantasy from facts. You will realize that will many buyers and they offer very helpful reviews. If you have questions, you can just it in the comment section and wait for number helpful answers. The watches are designed to fit the fashion of every woman, so the comments from customers will be of a single kind.

Invicta pro diver 8926 automatic makes a great choice whether you are gifting it to your new love or to your beloved wife of decades. They perfectly suit the taste of all women, no matter what the age or the fashion sense. Women who work and those women who only use the best of products all the time are equally stunned by the beauty and quality of these wrist watches.

Grand looking women watches

The important aspect a woman expect in watches is for the diamond to be studded intentionally (not a manufacturing fault) and balanced perfectly for a chic appearance rather than being showy. But still, it should easily grab the attention of anyone who might pass by. The unspoken appreciation of the watch is what she will expect. Invicta chronograph watches deliver on these features or you could say promises, splendidly. The stud work and the patterns are so beautiful that you can see a twinkle in her eyes accompanying your gift.

The Invicta chronograph watches are high on every fashionista’s list. Remember that internet shopping is not easy. When you are searching for your desired watch, read the reviews and search the internet until you are satisfied.

JLO by Jennifer Lopez adds footwear, watches

Lopez’s Sweetface Fashion Company LLC is adding watches and footwear to its growing assortment, which already includes apparel, lingerie, handbags, swimwear and fragrance.

For watches, Sweetface signed a licensing deal with E. Gluck Corp., which makes lines such as Armitron, Anne Klein New York, AK Anne Klein and Nine West. Footwear is licensed to Titan Industries, which also markets shoe collections for Bebe and Laundry by Shelli Segal.

Shoes and watches will be two very important additions to the JLo lifestyle brand,” said Lopez in an e-mailed statement. “Our watches will be more fashion-driven, incorporating cutting-edge and timeless style. E. Gluck Corp. is a powerful player in the watch industry and I know we both feel very passionate about this new venture. Shoes have been long awaited and will be a great way to extend our vision behind our lifestyle brand. I feel very confident in the partnership we have with Titan to carry out our sensibility with great quality.”

Denise Seegal, chief executive officer of Sweetface Fashion, said, “We wanted to really develop a full lifestyle brand, and these are almost the last two categories that will complete our brand strategy. We have not done hosiery and socks, for instance. The shoes are a very important ingredient in a woman’s wardrobe. Jennifer loves shoes, so doing our shoe license really completes the head-to-toe dressing of our female consumer, and the watch is such a key category to develop.”

The watches will launch in better department and specialty stores in October for holiday selling, and looks are inspired by Lopez’s glittering stage style, with designs honing in on bright colors and crystal adornments.

“I would describe the look as feminine with a touch of street edge,” Sidney Gluck, executive vice president of E. Gluck, said. “It’s sexy and chic. There is some Hollywood-inspired drama and glitziness. It’s romantic and feminine but it makes a statement, too — what you would expect from a line inspired by a superstar.”

Gluck did not give sales projections, but said he expects the watches to be in at least 750 stores initially. He declined to give wholesale prices, but the line will range from $70 to $195 at retail. At those price points, JLo watches will compete with Anne Klein New York and Guess watches.

The shoes are expected to hit better department and specialty stores in February. The collection will retail from $59 for shoes and sandals to $150 for boots. The lion’s share will retail from about $69 to $79, or $25 to $35 wholesale. Those prices would put JLo shoes directly in competition with Nine West.

“It’s obviously young fashion,” said Joe Ouaknine, president of Titan Industries. “You look at Jennifer and how she dresses, and we wanted to take what she likes and interpret it into shoes.

Ouaknine added that the footwear collection could be a $50 million business in two years.

JLo by Jennifer Lopez has licensed categories such as swimwear, girls’ apparel, fragrance, jewelry, outerwear, lingerie, handbags, belts and small leather goods and hats, gloves and scarves.

Both [new] categories will noticeably reflect Jennifer’s vision, and her input as the creative director of brand will be instrumental to the product,” noted Chip Rosen, vice president of licensing and international operations for Sweetface.

Small time: a look at some of the fashion watch field’s lesser known up-and-comers

Small companies in the fashion watch industry include jewelry maker Maximal Art Inc., which assembles watch components from foreign and domestic makers. Anni & Co., based in New Mexico, makes watches bearing the same designs as its silver jewelry. DeJuno Corp., which has expanded its markets from Asia to the US, sells fashion wrist watches in the $35 to $50 category.

Just about everyone in and out of the fashion industry knows the big names in fashion watches, the brands such as Timex, Fossil, Guess and Anne Klein that can be found in stores around the country and even around the world.

But beneath that layer of industry giants is a group of diverse for that may not have the advertising budgets or distribution levels of the major players but have managed to carve out comfortable niches for themselves nonetheless.

Here, a look at three such companies that are making their names known.

Maximal Art

This Philadelphia company got started in 1986 and originally specialized in Victorian-look “collage” jewelry that incorporated watch parts.

“Some of the bracelets we did actually looked like watches, but of course they weren’t,” said John Wind, designer and chief executive officer. “Finally, we got so many requests to make real workingwatches that we started to do them, and the business just took off.”

Initially, Wind noted, the watches were purchased from the Far East and then reworked into pieces that bore Maximal Art’s trademark romantic look. Now, however, the company buys the watch parts and movements from various domestic and foreign sources and assembles everything itself.

Though he still makes jewelry, Wind said watches have become the biggest part of his business. Surprisingly, the company has been able to grow steadily without doing any department store business.

“We sell mainly to boutiques, galleries, museum shops and catalogs,” Wind said. “We’ve found those types of accounts to be very loyal to our brand.”

Anni & Co.

“I actually consider myself a designer who just happens to do watches — more than a watchmaker,” said Juan Geyer, designer and owner of Anni & Co., a New Mexico-based accessories company that produces watches, jewelry and other products such as home accessories.

Geyer has always produced sterling silver jewelry but introduced a line of watches three years ago,watches that incorporated many of the same motifs used in the jewelry.

“In Japanese, the word ‘Anni’ means good feeling, and that’s what I try to work into all my designs,” he noted. The watch cases, for instance, depict smiling dogs, cats or children made of sterling silver.

Geyer sells the watches mostly to upscale specialty stores and catalogs. While his sterling silver pieces retail for around $200 each, this year he will be introducing a line of silverplated watches that will sell in the $75 to $100 range.

“The thing I like about doing watches is that the technology in the watch field has become so advanced that designers Eke myself can make them look like pieces of jewelry without worrying about the movements being bulky and ruining the look of the piece,” Geyer noted.

DeJuno Corp.

Breaking into the department store ranks is a big goal for this company, which has been operating in the Far East for many years and opened a U.S. division several years ago.

“As a company, we had been doing manufacturing for other watch firms for years, but then we decided that it would be well worth our while to develop our own brand,” said Bruce Rose, vice president of sales and marketing for the company, which has its U.S. headquarters in New York. “And since the U.S. is the biggest market in the world for fashion watches, we have decided to focus our efforts here.”

While 75 percent of DeJuno’s business is done outside the U.S., Rose said the firm is making studies here. It has already begun selling to some major department stores and is seeking to develop more.

“Our watches retail for $35 to $55, which is to our advantage because there aren’t really any other fashion watch companies filling that price niche in department stores,” he said.

In addition, the company is also rolling out its first licensed line, the Wilhwear watch brand that it will introduce at retail this spring, Rose said.

“We feel that this particular designer brand has a lot of potential in terms of appealing to a wide audience,” he noted. “With this kind of name, we think we can establish an even bigger piece of the department store pie.”