Exploring a brand that everyone seems to have an opinion on...
It is not a secret that millennial's seek simplicity, personalisation, and transparency when choosing their favourite watch. This is where the MVMT watches come into the market. MVMT brings a unique, modern and minimalist voice to the fashion watch market.
Somehow, I had never gotten my hands on a MVMT watch until now, and the only question I had... would it live up all the hype?
Having to wear MVMT Nola Vela watch for quite some time, I fell in love with the aesthetic and simplistic design. When choosing my watch, I did realise that it had over a dozen different designs for men and women. The Nova Vela watch stood out to me due to its sporty but yet classic look. I really like the matte finish and rose gold case as it can be worn with many different outfits whilst still being stylish but in a completely effortless way.
MVMT watches are clearly going for a fashionable consumer as we don’t really see much detail on the watch. However, despite its fashionable look, some of the watches are not very practical and the quality isn’t great.
Furthermore, MVMT watches do come with interchangeable straps. I decided to change the original strap as it started to wear off quickly after the purchase. I replaced it with Geckota Sprint Leather watch strap in black to give me that comfort needed without it looking cheap.
The original strap was quite stiff to get around my wrist which also made it uncomfortable to wear it for a long period. Changing your strap can turn one model into two or three, all you have to do is chose a new strap. Geckota additionally sells the Trend Vegan Eco-Leather Watch Strap in Navy and Pink, which match the Nola Vela watch perfectly.
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