Sometimes advertising can be a very difficult thing to do. I’m not qualified in advertisement or whatever; the only thing I’m qualified in is making toast, but a lot of the time you can be walking through a busy high street and a really odd piece of imagery can catch your eye. Sometimes it’s obvious what it’s selling, but a lot of the time it’s a lot more abstract. Look at this one of Monica Cruz forgetting how to wear a watch.
And it’s not just her, Tag Heuer are renowned for adverts where their models forget how to even hold a watch. I don’t get it.
Anyway, some people who do advertising really well is Bond Street Watches. They focus on what is important; the actual watch you’re going to actually buy. None of this cybernetic Terminator-style nonsense.
Elegant, well constructed, and as minimalist as hell, these watches are going to set you apart from the rest of the lowly looking wrists you’ll see on the school run, or on the commute to work. Those wrists want to be your wrist. They long to be your wrist. And who wouldn’t with one of those designs adorning it.
Encapsulating the masculinity and elegance of the West End of London (you can almost hear the hustle and bustle of the Financial Times, Pret paper bags and people complaining about how they’re going to struggle to pick the kids up today Marta, can you do it?) these watches are embracing the luxury of a British brand, but not at luxury brand prices. Who has hundreds of pounds to spend on a watch? No one that has some hired help called Marta, that’s who. Or me.
Coming in 4 designs: black & silver, tan & gold, black & gold and the Bond-esque steel classic, there’s a watch for every occasion, and more importantly, for every outfit combination. That’s what anyone is ever bothered about isn’t it? Whether you look like a ninny with the wrong coloured watch on.
Priced at £118, they are a steal and an instant and cheap way to update your wardrobe with a classic style.
But that’s not all! They are also firing all cylinders when it comes to Valentine’s Day and released a pretty risqué photoshoot showing us all about how they think we should be waking up on Valentine’s Day, instead of weeping into a share size of Maltesers.
Interested? Of course you are! Take a look at here.
Bond Street Watches also have a Valentine’s Day Sale with a huge 18% off with discount code VALENTINESDAY.