We asked four retailers—located in four corners of the country—to share their top-selling women’s watches this week.
Movado Amorosa watch (courtesy of Movado)
Barmakian Jewelers, Boston Movado Amorosa two-tone bangle style watch, $500. “This watch has a great price, but also great style,” says watch manager Al Kumnick. “Not a lot of companies are making bangle-style watches.”
Phillip Stein yellow gold plated watch (courtesy of Phillip Stein)
Sarah Leonard Fine Jewelers, Los Angeles. Phillip Stein yellow gold plated watch, $1050. “For women, it’s about the look,” says sales associate Gail Friedman. “The colored watches are selling very well,”
Seiko stainless steel watch (courtesy of Seiko)
Moritz-Reusch Jewelry, St. Louis, Mo. Seiko watch with a stainless steel band, $200. “The Seiko is a quality watch at a great price,” says sales associate Kate Schoellhorn.
Rolex Datejust 31 (courtesy of Rolex)
Ford, Gittings & Kane Jewelers, Rome, Ga. Rolex Datejust 31 in steel, $5,200. “You don’t have to spend the money for a gold, but you still get the same bling,” says owner Alice Herring.