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Sourced from London's Liberty Art Fabrics (famous for its signature blooms since 1875), this wavy design is based on a 19th-century paisley textile from the Liberty archives-and gives a classic menswear-inspired button-down a floral fix. Body length: 27 1/4". Cotton/silk. Chest pocket. Machine wash. Import. Online only.
Harajuku Lovers Boy shirt in Liberty paisley $150 $119.99
Vestal collections are watches, eyewear, softgoods & accessories that fine-tune style and expression for the musically individual. Established in 1997, Vestal is marketed and branded through friends, musicians, artists, and athletes who are immersed within music culture. Vestal can be found in specialty stores and finer boutiques around the world. The Heirloom features a premium Japanese analog quartz movement, encompassed by 33mm case crafted from 316L surgical-grade stainless steel. The traditional detailing on the dial is evident in the solid, thick metal hour markers, double-printed minute track, and lum-filled hour $ minutes hands-giving the heirloom a classic, antique look. The solid stainless steel case is paired with a 18mm lightweight, folded stainless steel bracelet which was designed with comfort in mind. The case has built-in crown guards to protect the crown from accidental snags adding to the long lasting benefits. With a water resistance rating of 10 ATM/100 meters, the Heirloom is built to last. Case: 39mm wide stainless steel. 316L surgical grade Band: 18mm wide folded stainless steel. 316L surgical grade Buckle: Stainless steel fold-over clasp with double pushers Crystal: Hardened mineral Movement: 3-hand premium analog. Made in Japan Water Resistance: 10 atm / 100 meters Wrist: Medium Other: Lightweight bracelet construction
My Honey - Casual watch, Quartz movement, Polished white hands, White and yellow numbers with black outline, Polished yellow plastic bezel and case, Polished silver-tone metal crown, Polished/brushed silver-tone stainless steel caseback, 30 meters/100 feet water resistant
It may not have been worn on the Titantic when it sank or anything like that, but that doesn't make the Vestal Heirloom Women's Watch any less of a prized possession. It has a simple, elegant look that works for any occasion, and the solid stainless steel construction and accurate Japanese three-hand movement ensure that it will last long enough to pass down to your children one day (and then you can just tell them it was on the Titanic anyways).
Based upon vintage watches of the last century, Vestal's Heirloom Leather Watch for Women may look new, but it's design has been decades in the making. Surgical grade 316L stainless steel houses the three-hand Japanese analog quartz movement protected by a 39 millimeter hardened mineral crystal face. Ium-filled hour and minute hands absorb light during the day to reflect it when dark, indicating the time along thick metal hour markers. Designed as much for comfort as for style, the 18 millimeter genuine leather strap attaches to your wrist by a stainless steel, single-prong buckle. Fully submersible to 300 feet, the enduring Heirloom watch lives up to its name.
Step your workouts up with the Vestal Helm Watch. It features a Suffer & Recover training mode that times intervals so you can keep your routines consistent. The polyurethane strap is flexible for comfort, and the Oktogrip raised pattern on the underside of the strap allows the strap to make less contact with your skin for greater breathability. An alarm helps you get up in time for your morning workout, and it's water-resistant up to 100 meters in case you prefer surfing over sit-ups.
Be A Lil' Angel Top notes: Raspberry, cranberry, blackberry, pineapple & lollipop Middle notes: Violet, amber & hinoki wood Bottom notes: Accord & rose Inspired by her entourage of Harajuku Girls, Gwen Stefani's Lil' Angel perfumes are a unique, sweet fragrance that is both fruity and floral. Women love the scent and can't seem to get enough of it! Plus each bottle is modeled after each one of the Haraj. ©Harajuku