GuessLadies leopard print and gold watchNow
Rated 5 out of 5Â by 3
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Jonsie A very smart watch, with a bit of fun in the leopard design
A beautiful watch, can be worn for special occassions or on a daily basis. A very clear dial, very chuffed with it
I would recommend purchasing ths product
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Pear mani Excellent watch
Had been looking for ladies watches and finally found the best I could. This watch from Guess is really fab. Looks great when worn especially at night. The leopard print shines making it much more classy. A bit expensive but worth it. Would definitely recommend it.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Devonshire lady Stylish watch
My husband bought this for me as an anniversary present and I love it.
We saw it first in a jewellers when christmas shopping but was quite expensive.
Managed to purchase it from Debenhams in their sale and it's lovely.
I have quite a few brown and beige clothes and looks great with those.
The dial is large and clear and the strap has a gold sparkle mixed in with the leopard print that glints when it catches the light.
Very pleased and would recommend
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