Friday, June 24, 2016

Ball and BMW

Posted by Schwarzschild at 10:00:35 AM in Ball (25)

Perfection and precision are traits synonymous to both automobile engineering and watchmaking technology. That’s why the partnership between Ball and BMW is an ideal co-branding with both companies sharing the same values for excellence.  Ball for BMW is the watchmaker’s signature collection that celebrates the hallmarks of the automobile icon. The watch model is COSC certified for technological optimization, aesthetic style, and symmetry. The linear design is distinctively BMW. Moreover, you can personalize the watch by having your limited edition number engraved at the caseback of the GMT Chronometer at an additional cost. The Ball for BMW watch is available in stainless steel and diamond-like carbon, in blue or grey dial. It is also customizable with or without the BMW logo on the backside.
 
Ball is available at Schwarzschild's on Alverser Drive and at Carry Town.
 
 

Who’s wearing Bellari?

Posted by Schwarzschild at 10:00:00 AM in Bellari (2)

Bellari jewelry has joined the elite club of jewelry signatures preferred by Hollywood celebrities, who actually use the brand and not because they are endorsers. We saw this happened to Bellari at the Golden Globes this year. Spotted wearing a Bellari necklace with diamonds, rhodolite, and mother of pearl was Katrina Parker of The Voice. She wore it at the NBC Golden Globes Party. Likewise, Kate Flannery of The Office was seen accessorizing with diamond and champagne quartz earrings from Bellari. The same jewelry were seen with Kathleen Robertson of Boss and Nikki Deloach of Awkward. All three were attending the StyleLab event.  Meanwhile, a Bellari rose gold flower cuff with rhodolite and mother of pearl was seen adorning Kate Linder of The Young & the Restless and Jeneba Tarmoh, an Olympic medalist.
 
Bellarri is available at Schwarzschild's at Short Pump Town Center.
 
 

Friday, June 17, 2016

Outdoor adventure essentials

Posted by Schwarzschild at 1:00:00 AM in Swiss Army (24)

It’s summer and it’s time to plan for that outdoor adventure. Whether you’re traveling as a group with family or friends, or doing it on your own, here are some essentials to bring to make sure your adventure stays safe and fun. Get a printed map, yes, because Google maps is only as good as you have batteries in your phone. On the same note, get a real compass, one that doesn’t require power. Also choose a headlamp that’s small but stays on longer. Big, bulky headlamps usually run out of power fast. Bring a first aid kit, too, consisting of meds for headaches, stomach aches… and also dressing gauze, cottons, dressing solution, and other basic emergency necessities. Bring a strong rope—you don’t know where to use it but you’ll find it a lifesaver when emergency strikes. Lastly, don't forget the Swiss Army knife. Enjoy the outdoors this summer!
 
Swiss Army is available at Schwarzschild's at Carry Town.
 
 

Tissot goes cycling

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

Tissot has long been associated with motorsports, the tortuous but glam sports of throttling engines and display of impressive horsepower. Recently, Tissot ventured into a new kind of race, one that doesn’t require engines: cycling. To celebrate this year’s Tour de France, the watch signature launched the limited edition Tissot PRC200 Tour de France. Tissot is the official timekeeper of the 2016 Tour de France. The watch features the brand color of the world’s most prominent cycling race. A yellow GT stripe runs along the black Nato strap, while the official Tour de France logo is etched on the caseback. Expectedly, this exclusive edition features all that’s good about Tissot: scratch-resistant sapphire crystal cover; Swiss quartz movement; and stainless steel case. The new Tissot model is a good addition to your collectible set of timepieces.
 
Tissot is available at Schwarzschild's at Short Pump Town Center.
 
 

Friday, June 10, 2016

It’s about culture

Posted by Schwarzschild at 2:00:00 AM in Roberto Coin (27)

Roberto Coin isn’t just jewelry, it’s all about culture. In fact, one of its inspirations is the fashion trend of the seventies, particularly how fearless women stood out during the period. The era was marked by big and natural hair, flowing maxi dresses, bold sunglasses, and high-rise bell bottoms, among others. It’s a time to be confident, outgoing, and brave. Today, Roberto Coin captures the retro trend with the Devon Fenestra style. It mimics the 1970s bohemian culture that is at once feminine and bold. Likewise, Roberto Coin follows Jamie Vine’s progressive aura with layered necklaces punctuated by a shortened pendant. Then there’s the Cece dangling earring that complements retro hair curls. Meanwhile, the Andrea Zito showcases a classic hoop and chain link necklace for the right balance of masculinity and female sexiness. 

Roberto Coin is available at Schwarzschild's on Alverser Drive and at Short Pump Town Center and Carry Town.
 
 

How to wear luxury jewelry

Posted by Schwarzschild at 2:00:00 AM in Suna Brothers (22)

Wearing luxury jewelry like a Suna Bros. is an art more than science. There’s no hard and fast rule how you wear them; it all depends on your taste and personality. But for some people, they have a hard time identifying their style. So a guide may be in order. Make sure to wear jewelry with seamless style. That means you need to match the color, metal, and overall design of the piece with your dress. As a rule of thumb, colored gemstones should be matched with neutral dresses (black, white, grey, brown), while colored dresses should go with white diamonds and platinum. Likewise, limit the number of jewelry pieces to two; wearing more than that will make you look a show-off or too vain or self-absorbed. Likewise, be mindful of the places you’ll be going through when you wear expensive items. You’d want to avoid isolated, dark places where thieves lurk.
 
Suna Bros. is available at Schwarzschild's on Alverser Drive and at Short Pump Town Center and Carry Town.
 
 

Friday, June 03, 2016

Luxury in the office?

Posted by Schwarzschild at 1:00:30 AM in Precision Set (4)

It’s one of bugging questions that haunts women who just bought luxury jewelry for a special occasion. After the glamorous event, now what—can you use the lavish item in a corporate setup? Understandably, some women would want to make the most out of an expensive purchase, so, in essence, no one has the right to say no, you can’t wear it in the office. It’s your style, your choice. However, it pays to heed a few tips on how to wear luxury items outside of formal evenings. One, don’t overdo it. Only wear one or two of the items at a time so as not to draw unnecessary attention. Two, go for a subtle style. Leave the opulent bold for a special occasion.  Lastly, make sure your work attire at the least is sleek and stylish, not casual to justify the presence of a luxury item like a Precision Set.
 
Precision Set is available at Schwarzschild's on Alverser Drive and at Short Pump Town Center and Carry Town.
 
 

Raymond Weil goes Beatles

Posted by Schwarzschild at 1:00:30 AM in Raymond Weil (23)

Come together, right now, and celebrate the Raymond Weil’s 40th anniversary with a, guess what? A limited edition of the Beatles watch model. The Maestro Beatles  celebrates the music industry’s most iconic band with a mechanical self-winding movement featuring a 39.5mm polished steel case. The watch brand is regarded for its celebration of musical ingenuity, from jazz to classic and now to rock sensation. The Beatles edition is an excellent addition for both collectors of Raymond Weil watches and Beatles memorabilia. The watch also features the Beatles’ 13 album titles around the dial and it comes with a special watch case. Expectedly, it will feature the precision timekeeping that the watch signature is reputable for, as well, as the quality craftsmanship with attention to details.
 
Raymond Weil  is available at Schwarzschild's on Alverser Drive and at Short Pump Town Center and Carry Town.
 
 

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