La Mer Collections for Target Collaboration — The Time Is Now!
Modernity and classicality are juxtaposed in each watch crafted by buzz-y brand La Mer Collections, with vintage-looking watch faces paired with fine leather straps in vibrant shades (or even textured animal prints), many further adorned with chains, charms, Swarovski crystals, stud details and rock ‘n’ roll hardware. Not only are these watches fully functional, but they double as jewelry so that wearing a watch doesn’t hinder your style acumen but, rather, enhances it. And, while an original La Mer Collection watch will cost you about $150 on average, you can now find a much more affordable option within the brand’s capsule collection for Target.
For a limited-time only, you’ll find an array of La Mer wrap watches at Target stores and Target.com — among them options like the La Mer Navy Triple Wrap Watch With Chain ($49.99 at Target.com) shown at top, which features an analog watch display paired with a faux leather strap measuring 22″ in length and incorporating slimmer, darker blue strips placed along the center of various areas of the strap and secured by hammered, flattened, round gold-toned studs. For a bit more spunk and bravado, this particular style includes three decorative chains: one a rosegold-toned strand featuring tiny seafoam green rhinestones; another a golden chain with oval-shaped links; and the third a bright yellow chain with oval-shaped links. The chains extend from the bottom corner of the watch case to the buckle closure at the end of the strap’s length, so that they will easily encircle your wrist as you wrap the watch around it.
If the chain accents feel a bit too bold for your taste, you can choose a Triple Wrap Watch ($39.99 at Target.com) in the color of your choice — be it a fluorescent lime green with silver-toned hardware (shown second from top), a grape candy purple tone with gold-toned hardware (shown third from top), or a metallic gold or teal number (as shown fourth and fifth above). You can even buy multiple options and stack them up for a major wrist statement — after all, since they’re wrap-around watches, you can always position them in a way that makes the dials face inward, so that only the leather straps are visible to onlookers, then twist the watches as needed when you need to catch a glimpse of the time.