Don’t touch my Breil
Guest editor for a week: Moriam
… and don’t ask me what it is I have with timepieces but I just love them. Leaving home without one is like leaving the house without wearing…. – you know what I mean, it’s just not done.
Watches, watches, watches galore – it must be something which I have from my oldest sister as she had several with different colours, sizes and shapes as I remember.
Back then there were watches where you could changes the outside ring to match your outfit – in fact there seems to be revival of this.
These days watches have become bold and daring whilst still incorporating an elegant touch. In all honesty, I know nothing about watches – all the fancy features are literally wasted on me. My watch just needs to tell the time, it needs to be heavy on my wrist and it needs to look good and the brand Breil just does this for me. Yes, I can say I am in love with this brand . Put me in a Breil shop would be like placing a 4 year old in a sweetie shop gazing in wonder and amazement.
My personal collection (which is in dire need of expansion) only has unisex models. I would probably even dare to wear the male collections. In every meeting it’s an opener, business or personal, in fact it’s amazing how many people share a similar kind of watch fetish as I do. Pricewise, it’s very reasonable, not the cheapest but certainly not the most expensive.
You can dress up or dress down with them and they are tough, sophisticated and perfect for the modern lady. I’m currently on the lookout for another Breil this time with a bit of colour. All suggestions welcome!