Fashion Spotlight: O’clock Watches



What’s up, Milkheads?! Today I’m here to introduce a new segment to Culture Milk that highlights some fashion. It’s called Fashion Spotlight for lack of other creative names. Anyway, lets get into the details. Every once in a while I’ll be posting a short post on an accessory or other fashion item that stood out to me and will be appealing to many. Sounds good? Great.

This week we’ll be looking at an item that I have been eyeing for quite a while now—Fullspot’s O’clock watches. O’clock watches are very minimal style of watch that can be worn everyday. Actually, it’d be the perfect go-to watch if you want to add a pop of color to your outfit or have something a little more understated but still a head-turner.

The watchband itself is made of a soft silicon that comes in 3 different sizes (sadly no adjustable strap, but this makes the watch look cleaner). They also come in a rainbow of colors. Literally. They have every color. Don’t believe me? Well, here’s a picture.

Look at those colors!

Look at those colors!

As you can see, you will find a color that you like. As for the watch face, it is very minimal—no numbers or anything. This keeps the watch looking very clean and less obtrusive. Paired with the white watch face, any color watchband looks sharp—the contrast gives it a perfect edge. If white doesn’t suit your fancy, don’t fear! O’clock also has watch faces in all the same colors as the watchbands plus some other fancy faces like the mirror-faced one so you can mix and match as you choose.

At the end of the day, the O’clock watch is a great watch for both men and women alike. It’s the perfect watch for your everyday use, and best of all: it’s cheap. A watchband costs $18.00 and a watch face costs $26.00; one of the pre-made color-band/white-face combinations costs $36.00 (it’s a little bit cheaper for you European readers, too). Interested? You can purchase one here.

What's that? Yup, an extra image for all you non-Tommy Two-Tones out there.

About Rebecca Tarnopol

Rebecca is Culture Milk’s very own queen of the pen and tells it how it needs to be told. She advocates for good, minimal design, loves photos, video, pixels, and amazing music. Did we mention that she writes, too?
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5 comments
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boat propellers Volvo

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boat propellers Evinrude

A silent instrument missing such a mechanism has traditionally been known as a timepiece

JakeMoore
JakeMoore moderator

Y'know, I went to the SFMOMA and tried one of these on. They're really nice. If I hadn't found out about the Pebble watch a couple days later, I would've totally bought one of these.

Gavmn
Gavmn

@culturemilk The "You can purchase one here" isn't hyperlinked for me. Just a heads up.