When I hit my early twenties my taste in fashion, jewellery and of course make up changed drastically. Gone were the days of heavy liner, slogan t-shirts that made no sense and a million and one multi-coloured bracelets up one arm.
Generally speaking I now opt for more minimal pieces and for some reason find myself steering away from bright colours. My wardrobe consists of pretty much black white and grey these days with the odd splash of colour where I see fit.
In terms of jewellery I have very little upon reflection. I cut back a while ago and donated all the ‘dress’ jewellery I owned because I simply stopped wearing it. One off unique pieces fit in more with my style, which brings me nicely to the Daniel Wellington Classic Petite Watch*.
Since the watch arrived on my doorstep I have being keeping it under wraps on my social media until the official watch launch; I can’t tell you how excited I am to be able to now share it with you.
Daniel Wellington create beautiful sophisticated elegant time pieces which are, in my opinion perfect for any occasion. Whether you are out and about casually or are dressed to impress, their watches will always live up to expectation. Having being such a huge fan of the original classic design from Daniel Wellington I was super excited to hear and indeed feature their latest launch.
The Daniel Wellington Classic Petite* is without a doubt utterly beautiful. This is the first time piece from Daniel Wellington to feature a stainless steel mesh strap and to have a 32mm face. There are currently four designs within this range, all of which are gorgeous; in fact, it is hard for me to pick out my stand out favourite. There are two designs in gold, both which offer a white and black face. The same also applies for the silver version of which I thought it would make a nice change to opt for a watch with a dark face as all of my current ones are very light in that respect.
As you can see from the image above, the Daniel Wellington Classic Petite watch is incredibly thin. It is also extremely light in terms of weight, so much so that I very easily forget that I am wearing it. Of course, due to this being a mesh strap you may find that you have to adjust this manually in order to fit your wrist. The watch itself does come with a handy little guide on how to do this yourself, although it is pretty self-explanatory.
It goes without saying that once again Daniel Wellington have created a beautiful piece of jewellery here. This design is timeless and will easily go with so many other items of jewellery due to its simplistic but elegant presentation.
The Daniel Wellington team have kindly offered me a discount code to offer out to you which will give you 15% off everything on the Daniel Wellington website; this discount includes the new Classic Petite Design. Simply use the code ‘ALITTLEBOAT’ to obtain your discount at the checkout, be sure to let me know if you decide to treat yourself to something. The code is valid until the 15th April so make sure you make a note of that date; just in case.
In fact, I absolutely love how this has been paired up with the Daniel Wellington cuff in their promotional images for this launch, so much so that I may have to make an order myself.
*This post contains PR samples, for more please read my disclaimer.