8 Best Luxury Watches for Women


The luxury watch exudes feminine glamour.

If you’re in the market for a luxury watch, chances are you’ll probably find the sheer volume of styles, complications, and brands a bit overwhelming.

So which ones deserve your attention and, more importantly, your hard-earned cash?

Fortunately, DESIblitz has the best women’s watches you should pay attention to right now.

For the sake of simplicity, we have selected our favorite model from the current range of each dial name.

In our selection, you’ll find everything from submersible dive watches and ultra-sleek dress watches to easy-to-wear field watches and high-performance chronographs.

In short, you should find your happiness here, whatever your style.

Without further ado, DESIblitz presents the 8 best luxury watches for women.

Hermès Nantucket watch

When it comes to luxury leather goods, Hermès is at the top of the food chain.

The company began as a supplier of horse-drawn carriage accessories in 1837. Hermes evolved into a lifestyle brand and began producing watches in 1978.

Today, she combines leather in her watch collections with elegant features, such as a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal and a shiny white dial with a diamond.

This is a pink gold watch set with diamonds with a jeweler setting accompanied by a white natural mother-of-pearl dial set with diamonds.

Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Automatic

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Born in Le Brassus, Audemars Piguet watches have traveled the world.

The 18-carat pink gold case is paved with 124 brilliant-cut diamonds, while the bezel is adorned with 40 yellow sapphires, red garnets and orange spessartite garnets.

The lively gradation adds a warm touch to the iconic “Grande Tapisserie” dial.

In a mix of red and orange hues, 40 brilliant-cut sapphires, red garnets and orange spessartite garnets reflect their light while a fine satin-brushed strap completes the elegant aesthetic of the watch.

The strap is a beige satin-finish calfskin strap with an 18K rose gold AP folding clasp set with brilliant-cut diamonds.

Rolex Lady-Datejust

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The Oyster Perpetual Lady-Datejust in 18k yellow gold features a diamond-paved dial and a diamond-set President bracelet.

Luminous reflections on the flanks and lugs highlight the elegant profile of the 28mm Oyster case, featuring a diamond-set bezel.

A classic feminine watch from Rolex, the Lady-Datejust is in line with the Datejust, the model synonymous with style and precise timekeeping.

The bracelets benefit from a concealed clip under the bezel which ensures perfect visual continuity between the bracelet and the case.

A new generation hidden Crownclasp, opened by an articulated Rolex crown, adds the final aesthetic and functional touch to these sumptuous bracelets.

Patek Philippe Twenty-4 Rose Gold & Chocolate Brown Sunburst Dial

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Patek Philippe has reinterpreted the cuff-style quartz Twenty-4 model with timeless feminine elegance in a new rose gold version with a sunburst chocolate brown dial.

The inimitable shape of the rectangular case is accentuated by two rows of diamonds.

The refined dial features applied Arabic numerals and trapeze-shaped indexes, all in rose gold enhanced with a luminescent coating.

The crown is adorned with the Calatrava cross, the emblem of Patek Philippe. The precious hand-polished bracelet ensures a feeling of comfort on the wrist.

TAG Heuer Link Quartz

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TAG Heuer’s high-precision timekeeping innovations have followed the evolution of sport since 1860.

A sparkling diamond edition of the Link Lady Quartz with a very feminine dial in luminous white mother-of-pearl.

The luxury watch exudes feminine glamour, quartz reliability and steel strength, making it the perfect timepiece for active women looking for style.

The hand-finished 32 mm steel case is surrounded by a polished steel bezel adorned with 48 diamonds.

The shimmering contrasts beautifully with the sober and uncluttered dial.

BVLGARI Serpenti Watch

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Merging two of Bulgari’s most iconic design hallmarks, the Serpenti Tubogas single hairspring watch in 18k rose gold and stainless steel blends the sinuosity of the snake with the contemporary soul of water slides.

Crafted with flexible suppleness, the timepiece evokes both the seductive power of the snake and the flowing form of its coiled body, fusing irresistible glamor with distinctive jewelry design.

Serpenti Tubogas watch with quartz movement, 35 mm stainless steel case, 18-carat rose gold bezel, 18-carat rose gold crown set with a cabochon-cut pink rubellite.

Jaeger-LeCoultre Rendez-Vous Classic Night & Day

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Elegantly set in a steel bracelet that harmoniously envelops the case, the Rendez-Vous Night & Day watch is dressed in mother-of-pearl and diamonds, to the delight of the wearer.

It features an elegant silhouette and an openworked sapphire caseback that highlights the movements of its automatic caliber entirely developed, crafted and assembled in our workshop in the Vallée de Joux.

Featuring a night and day phase or moon phase indicator, the floral hour numerals and hands take on an elongated contemporary shape for a gracefully modern look.

The hand-guilloché decoration and the mother-of-pearl finish associated with the diamonds reflect the finest traditions of Haute Horlogerie.

Baume & Mercier French Riviera 10677

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The Littoral Riviera is an ode to the Côte d’Azur.

This daring timepiece features a midnight blue lacquered dial with a sunburst satin finish and is set with 96 diamonds.

This unique setting symbolizes the coastline of this French coast. This timepiece is the perfect choice for an elegant evening in the spirit of the Riviera.

In its steel case, this Riviera asserts a particularly unique design.

The diamonds represent the coastline of the Côte d’Azur, inviting an adventure from Monaco to Saint Tropez.

The very first luxury watches were worn by women in the early 1900s and only later adopted by men.

For women, a watch was not only to tell the time, but it was an ornament, a jewel, to accompany them day and night.


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