Maurice Lacroix Aikon

Maurice Lacroix Aikon ladies watch

What is the first thing when you think of word time? Isn't that word so tricky yet so meaningful. 
From a fashion point of view, I think of watches. 
I recently had the privilege to team up with Maurice Lacroix for their new contemporary design of the Aikon. They just launched this particular reference at Baselworld so I am super excited that I can finally show y'all what I have been working on and wearing on my wrist as of late. This particular watch caught my eye when I first saw the new collection! 

 First, let me give you the description of this specific watch. It is a 30 mm stainless steel case with a sapphire crystal face in a smooth stainless steel bezel with rhodium indexes. The watch features a Swiss Quartz movement. Upon purchasing this watch, you can customize the hands to your way of liking ranging from diamonds, rhodium, or even gold plated. This will give you the opportunity to add a touch of you in the design and also allow you to style your watch how you like.

The reason why this particular watch caught my eye is the chic design. From the pearl face to the stainless steal band, the Aikon has my name all over it! They should have named it the Ana. HAHA. All jokes aside, when I look into investing in a piece, I ask myself do I see myself wearing this for years. This specific watch is definitely chic and timeless. 

 Earlier I asked the question about the word time. To me, time in fashion goes by so fast and you're always changing clothes every season but the one thing that can be consistent for years or even decades is a good watch. Maurice Lacroix watches are just that, timeless. 

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