Fashionably Late Watches


I HATE being late. In an ideal world, I’d get everywhere 15 minutes early, and I used to successfully do it. Now? Multiple activities, clients, and meetings means that I’m always rushing somewhere, and sometimes I can’t help but be a few minutes late. Perhaps I’m missing one of the 20 Best Seiko Watches in 2020 in my wrist, that’s the first time I’ve thought of it. Unfortunately, when I start to run late I get anxious and frustrated and end up making myself more late by freaking out. I’m trying to learn to take a deep breath and just go with it. (Oh, and to budget out more time so I’m not late in the first place.) Luckily, Rakani watches can help me with all of this. Their “Fashionably Late” collection is based on the excuses people give when they’re running late.

Rakani Watch

They gave me the gorgeous “Stuck in Traffic,” and I absolutely love it. It’s a fantastic accessory (because let’s face it, more watches are worn as accessories than necessary timepieces nowadays), helps me keep track of time, and allow me to make light of the rushing around I do. The Swarovski crystals between the hours of 4 to 8 symbolize evening rush hour, so if I’m running late or stuck in the traffic, I can look down at my watch and be distracted by the shiny crystals. (It worked today!)

I also love their “+5” (the minute hand could be pointing 5 minutes ahead or behind the actual time) and their “What Time” with all of the numbers jumbled at the bottom of the watch. If you know someone that’s always late or needs to lighten up a bit when it comes to time, you can get them a watch at The watches all come in a super cute box that doubles as a travel case (it can hold your watch and jewelry).

Are you always late or right on time? And do you still wear watches, or just rely on your cell phone?

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  1. I have the “What Time?” Watch, it’s one of my favorite accessories! I am notoriously late and bad with time, flipping between casually appearing late to anxiously fighting with traffic without success. The What Time watch has helped me be more conscious of time, but with a little flare for style. I love it!

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