It's June, Trendsetters! You know what that means? It's time to start picking out really great Father's Day gifts for the special men in your lives. Naturally, Momtrends is here to help you out. A few weeks ago, I was on assignment at a luncheon at the sophisticated Blue Water Grill in Union Square, NYC, and while feasting on a lobster bisque, salad, and cheesecake, I learned all about Nautica's new line of men's watches.
One thing that I've always loved about Nautica is that the brand's apparel and accessories embody the term "classic," in a crisp, clean, and distinct way, of course. Nautica's watches for men is no exception! They combine distinctive styling, bold colors, and unique design. The watches are inspired by sailing, and combines classic American style with the latest in technical innovation, which makes them appealing to many different people.
This season's Nautica timepieces are a glorious celebration of summer with a fresh array of colors in the signature BFD 100 collection. The bright and bold colors command attention to these fashion-forward sport watches.
The timepieces feature colored dials with matching resin straps. I love that the designs are sporty and functional, and includes oversized numbers, a sport dial with a luminous option, and hands and markers that match the strap color.
Simply put: if that special dad in your life is in the market for a new sports watch, Nautica is a great match!
Thank you to Nautica for hosting such a lovely lunch event! Visit the Nautica website to learn more about their sports timepieces.
Alicia Harper, M.A., Ed.M. is a single mother, freelance writer, blogger, and recent graduate of Columbia University turned Mental Health Counselor. Her life is filled with all things pink, except for the one bit of blue '?? her rambunctious 4-year-old son. Together they make a great pair, and Alicia chronicles the trials and triumphs of being a young, single mother living in NYC at Mommy Delicious.
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