I must be one of the only women in the world who doesn't like to wear jewelry. You won't find me wearing chains, bracelets and rings except on very special occasions. However, what you will find me wearing when I go out are watches. Because one always needs to know the time especially when travelling. Train, plane, bus and tour schedules need to be adhered to and appointments need to be kept. The alternative would be to find my phone in my bag every time I need to check the time and that can be a mission bearing in mind what a woman’s handbag is like.
So when Daniel Wellington offered me a watch, I graciously accepted. Now, Daniel Wellington is more famous for its funky NATO strap watches but with me being a classic kind of girl, I chose a Classic Sheffield lady’s watch. It is an elegant watch with a black Italian calf leather strap and a rose gold dial.
I was concerned about my watch getting lost in the South African postal service but I needn’t have worried. It was delivered within 15 working days as promised by friendly UPS courier service.
The watch comes delivered in an elegant box with a 2-year warranty.
Daniel Wellington's headquarters are in Stockholm, Sweden
They have stylish men’s and women’s ranges.
The watches have interchangeable straps so that you can wear a strap to suit your mood. A nifty tool comes with your watch to help you change it easily.
Daniel Wellington watches are the most instagrammed watches.
They offer free shipping worldwide!
And the best part is
They are offering my readers a 15% discount, valid till 5 September 2016.
When checking out click the “I have a promotion code” text and enter my unique code inafricaDW
So go ahead and shop at www.danielwellington.com . Check out the funky NATO straps too.
Also follow them on Instagram @danielwellingtonwatches and join their 2.2 million followers
You can read more about Daniel Wellington here .
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