Friday, June 26, 2015

Breitling Aerospace Evo Night Mission

Posted by Schwarzschild at 1:30:00 AM in Breitling (27)

Its stealth appearance and satin-brushed titanium base impress even the most demanding watch lover. The Aerospace Evo Night Mission by Breitling has all the trapping of a showoff timepiece—bold, confident, and unabashedly attractive—but its internal work is the true attraction. The watch model marks the 30th anniversary of the grand classic watch. The SuperQuartz movement and logical crown-operated control system guarantees precision timing and performance efficiency. It's also certified by the Swiss Official Chronometer Testing Institute or COSC for up to 1/100th of a second chronograph. The watch also features an NVG-compatible backlighting display, audible time indicator, and a second timezone. Meantime, its non-glare stealth prevents defocusing the pilot's attention while checking his time midair. The light titanium case also means it's comfortable to wear the watch.
Breitling is available at Schwarzschild's at Short Pump Town Center.

The Jewelry watch

Posted by Schwarzschild at 1:00:00 AM in Judith Ripka (22)

Judith Ripka Essentials may be better known for 18k gold and silver jewelry pieces, but, recently, the signature jewelry maker released a first: a luxury chronograph watch. The Judith Ripka Stainless Steel Chronograph Textured Watch with Diamonique is a mouthful, but is equally robust in features and style. It has classic elegance and sophistication highlighted by its silver or rose gold tone and stainless steel material. The watch also features mother-of-pearl dial and a round bezel with studded diamonds. On the other hand, the sapphire mineral crystal cover adds to the luxury feel. The watch also uses ionic plating for a spectacular brilliant finish. We're not sure now if  this piece is a watch or more of a Judith Ripka jewelry. You can wear this exquisite collection for daily casual wear or at special events.
Judith Ripka Essentials is available at Schwarzschild's on Alverser Drive.

Saturday, June 20, 2015

Is engagement important?

Posted by Schwarzschild at 11:00:50 AM in Hearts on Fire (30)

The engagement period is technically a getting-to-know stage for the couple, when the partners can talk about their dreams and plans as a couple (like family size, place to raise kids, etc.) or iron out kinks to prepare for living together (work schedule, habits, religion, etc.). However, today, engagement is more of a formal announcement by the couple and is used for dramatic posterity. Many couples would have been living together for a while even before the engagement. Still, an engagement announcement is an unforgettable moment that both of you (and your friends) can talk about into your old age. So, yes, go ahead and plan for that day when you'll be kneeling in front of her and slipping a Hearts on Fire diamond ring into her finger. Both of you deserve the moment.
Hearts On Fire is available at Schwarzschild's at Short Pump Town Center.

Hot cuffs this summer

Posted by Schwarzschild at 11:00:00 AM in John Hardy (29)

John Hardy says this summer go for white and silver cuffs for a literally hot look. The John Hardy cuffs collections offer a wide array of themes and materials, each one can match an elegant or casual wear on a hot, humid day. The Naga Slim Kick Cuff features an emblematic style that symbolizes the dragon's strength, prosperity, and protection. The material is made from silver or silver and 18k gold mix. Meantime, the Bamboo Narrow Cuff exhibits a thin line showcasing two overlapping bamboo-inspired braces. You can also opt for the Bamboo Medium Kick Cuff, a single brace version. The Bamboo collection exudes a pure, effortless style. For a bolder style, the Kali Overlap Cuff evokes the organic terrain of Balinese smooth stones in riverbeds. The stone details are hand-carved and features polished silver finish.
John Hardy is available at Schwarzschild's on Alverser Drive.

Friday, June 12, 2015

Knot your regular jewelry gift item

Posted by Schwarzschild at 1:00:00 AM in David Yurman (31)

David Yurman is inspired by the knot pattern to create one of the jewelry industry's iconic designs: the cable bracelet. The knot can be interpreted in different ways to suit your story for giving a David Yurman gift. It can stand for strength of your relationship. It can also be interpreted as two strings coiling onto each other to create a singular piece, a perfect symbol for marrying couples. You can also look at the knot pattern as a form of flexibility, which can withstand a strong external force. In a relationship, the knot's flexibility can be interpreted as the couple's ability to weather challenges and also their ability to cope with each other's nuances to sustain the bond. The knot, of course, also means a tie that connects the two of you together.
David Yurman is available at Schwarzschild's at Short Pump Town Center.

The Capeland Man

Posted by Schwarzschild at 1:00:00 AM in Baume & Mercier (23)

One of Baume & Mercier's iconic watch models, the Capeland series exudes a high degree of sophistication. It's reserved for the successful gentleman, someone who commands respect or attention. But who is he exactly? He can be a celebrity, a known personality in politics or business. But he can also have a low-profile life, be it an engineer, lawyer, accountant, pilot, anyone who drives himself to the best of his skillsÖ and get rewarded in return. He wears a Capeland because it reflects his finer taste in life. The watch model's delicate lines and refreshing blue haze mirrors the man's attention to details and his passion for perfection. The Capeland's multiple functionalities also reflect the wearer's comfortable life with multitasking skills as one of his competitive advantages.
Baume & Mercier is available at Schwarzschild's on Alverser Drive.

Friday, June 05, 2015

Is love at first sight real?

Posted by Schwarzschild at 10:51:23 AM in Christopher Designs (25)

It’s a cliche that you only read in romance novels. Well, you can in fact read it in a study. According to “Singles in America” survey of 5,000 singles between 21-70+, 59% of men and 49% of women said last year that they believe in love at first sight. Moreover, 41% of men and 29% of women said they have gone through it. Although the survey didn’t prove that something as emotionally subjective as “love at first sight” can be quantified, it did shed light on something interesting: men seem to believe more in it. New York-based anthropologist Helen Fisher said the reason maybe because men are visual. “They see a woman who appeals to them physically, and it will trigger the romantic love system faster,” she said. Men, at least the rich type, are known to give expensive diamond jewelry (a Christopher Designs, for instance) on a first date. On the other hand, women, she said, are more careful being the “custodian of the egg.”
Christopher Designs is available at Schwarzschild's on Alverser Drive.

Singapore’s 50th anniversary

Posted by Schwarzschild at 10:49:11 AM in Ball (25)

Ball Watch, the watch icon that helped build America’s railroad and heralded the country’s march to its Gilded Age, recently launched the Ball Fireman Night Train SG50 to celebrate, well, Singapore’s fiftieth founding anniversary. Why Singapore? The simple answer is it makes business sense. For a tiny population of six million people, Singapore is reported to be worth 1.12 billion swiss francs, the sixth largest Swiss watch consumer country after the U.S., China, Japan, Italy, and Germany. Okay, it didn’t explain much because Ball is American, right? Well, the company is now headquartered in La Chaux-de-Fonds in Switzerland, making it a little bit more Swiss today. The SG50 is marked with big, bold “SG” letters at twelve o’clock to mark the half-century existence of the tiny but progressive country. At the core of this watch, though, is still the indomitable American go-getter attitude to conquer new territories as the railroads had conquered the west; in this case, its the Singaporean market.
Ball Watch is available at Schwarzschild's at Short Pump Town Center.


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