The world has changed a lot in the past couple months. For me, its given me more time to spend doing and researching things I’m passionate about. Some of these things include fitness, architecture, fashion and of course watches! Previously Enjoyed got me to test out a Rolex DeepSea Sea-Dweller. I’ve always been a big fan of the unique dial on this watch and I love pretty much everything Rolex… so needless to say, I was pumped up to review this watch so lets get to it…
Everyone knows what a Rolex is. Wearing a Rolex is almost like wearing a status symbol on your’ wrist. It says you have class, you understand luxury and well… you can afford a really expensive watch, lol. People recognize a Rolex as a brand and most know the value that wearing one holds. But what about a Vintage Rolex? How do they match up? Previously Enjoyed Watches set me up with something a little different this time. A Vintage Rolex Day Date from 1963! Are you ready to check this baby out!!!
The Rolex Daytona. There is nothing ordinary about any Rolex, but the Daytona models cool factor is off the carts. I’ve been enjoying a Rolex Daytona “Black DLC Blackout” from my friends at Beverly Hills Watch this past week. I’ve literally loved every minute it has been on my wrist. Everybody knows the name “Rolex”, but there is something truly special about this specific piece. This is normally where I tell you I’m going to break down what I liked and didn’t like about the piece. I’ll be honest though… there wasn’t anything to dislike about this baby! I’ll try to answer any questions you all have about the watch and why you should use Beverlly Hills Watch for your next watch purchase.
I know its hard to believe, but summer will be over before we can blink an eye. I’ve got good news though! Fall releases are out and are looking HOT! So even though the weather might be taking a turn, I hope these carefully selected items will keep you warm (click on pictures for links).
Lets start with your feet…
Sneakers (high-top) – This style keeps getting better and better! I like wearing my high-tops with biker denim, tucked in.