Fossil ladies analogue watch from the Georgia collection. This is a gorgeous leather cuff watch that resonates with Fossil's heritage perfectly, it's dainty proportions are very 1920's inspired and it's right on trend with the Vintage look for this season. Georgia has a simple white dial in a stainless steel case and a white leather strap. Fastens with a pin and buckle.
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Mobsue Love it
The only reason why I've given this a 4 not 5 is because the strap seems to absorb dirt and I'm not sure how you would change the strap.
It's lovely to wear easy to see and it's just my cup of tea!
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Jo19 Beautiful
I am very pleased with this stylish watch. The ivory colour of the dial is unusual and makes the watch look very classy.
The strap is a lovely neutral colour, although it is darkening after only 2 weeks of use.
I have contacted Fossil directly about the availability of spare straps in the even this one breaks, as I don't think a generic one would fit, but as yet no reply.
The only thing I would change is that I would like to have a date window, but that's just personal preference and the watch is a beautiful item.
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