Montblanc Profile Lady Elegance Diamond Watch
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  • I believe it’s still one of Montblanc’s saleable items
  • I almost had to chuckle at the thought of buying a diamond watch, I thought I’d rather get a Bottega Venetta bag and wear a faux gold but hip Gucci necklace, in my sloppy ways
  • I like the duality of this MontBlanc Lady Elegance watch worn for both dressy and corporate occasions
  • I love to wear the watch mostly in the office with no jewelries
  • I recommend this Montblanc watch most deserved by every hardworking lady, whether you’re for diamonds or pearls


    • by jhunie

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      This is perhaps the most precious timepiece in my humble watch collection. I don’t have an insatiable desire for jewelries, but if I were to get one, then it must somehow possess a sense of functional purpose than mere ornaments. Who could not be familiar of Montblanc and their fountain pens? I believe it’s still one of Montblanc’s saleable items. The luxury brand is a good example of exceptional European craftsmanship and predominantly swiss made watches. I almost had to chuckle at the thought of buying a diamond watch, I thought I’d rather get a Bottega Venetta bag and wear a faux gold but hip Gucci necklace, in my sloppy ways. But there’s a compelling quality about this timepiece that attracted me so much

      beyond glittery jewels.

      I like the duality of this MontBlanc Lady Elegance watch worn for both dressy and corporate occasions. The opulent bezel may be too flashy for the day so I wear it often for dinner soirees or basically to complete my evening ensemble with a pair of elegant earrings. I mistook the case as white gold because it had a distinct mirror shine quality. I thought the stainless steel case sets a modest backdrop to the diamond studded bezel. It’s nonetheless a great combination of utility and luxury, though both elements are quite on the opposite ends of the spectrum.

      I love to wear the watch mostly in the office with no jewelries. It has the basic analogue display which tells the hour and corresponding ...


      • minutes with two dials imposed over roman numerical equivalents of the typical hours. I like this watch because the steel frame hugs my wrist snugly. The case is neither too big nor too small. The case is slightly heavier than digital hand clocks especially that the strap is a metal bracelet. I felt a little awkward wearing it for a while due to the metallic wrist band which invokes men’s bulky wrist watches. A time came when men’s chrono watches were all the rage in magazine spreads and it felt just fitting to sport this beautiful timepiece.

        However after seeing a ‘prestige’ watch such as Piaget or a Cartier, I felt so betrayed by the watch’s steel bracelet. I thought I was wearing something cheap

        with it compared to those superclass leather strapped clocks. There are just too much metallic elements in the watch. I wanted to tone down its fascade by replacing the steel clasp-lock bracelet with a vintage style buckled leather strap. Changing the strap not only felt right sporting the watch but it also weighed lighter, making it functionally handy. The rim is lined with 22 diamonds on each side of the watch and if I remember correctly, its chassis is quartz. An entry-level lady profile watch will cost 2000 dollars, this particular piece is roughly 4000. I recommend this Montblanc watch most deserved by every hardworking lady, whether you’re for diamonds or pearls.




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