Eight Fantastic Women's Watches Unveiled at Watches and Wonders 2021

This article is about some trending bracelet watches for women in 2021

What characteristics distinguish a fantastic women's watch? Color, gemstone arrangement, caliber quality, and wearability are all-important this year. These eight women's watches, which were unveiled at Watches and Wonders 2021, demonstrate how hard watchmakers work to put beautiful watches on wrists of all sizes.

These women's digital watches are feminine, with a sprinkling of well-placed, well-matched gemstones, a gleaming crimson strap, or a mother-of-pearl dial – elements aimed for the conventional women's market.

These smart bracelet watches are available in sizes ranging from 33mm to 38mm, which seems to be the ideal size range for a women's watch at the moment. Get the lowdown on some of Watches and Wonders' most enticing gender-neutral designs this year.

Given below, the special features of some of the best Women's Digital Watch

Lange Söhne Little Lange 1 Moon

The aventurine dial has been added to the Lange 1 with a moon phase in 36.8mm. The hour/minutes dial has star-shaped markers, which is a pleasant touch, but the huge date, as always, steals the show and reminds you that this is a brand that prioritizes functionality over all else. The diamond bezel is a personal preference. It houses the L121.2 manual-wound movement. $44,900.

Corum Admiral 38 Automatic

It's okay to "shrink it and pink it" now and again. The model's iconic 12-sided bezel is transformed with 72 diamonds in this vintage recreation, a feminine take on the original model's 12 nautical pennants from the 1960s. It's light and comfortable to wear thanks to the titanium casing (and optional bracelet). It has an automated CO 082 caliber and is waterproof to 100 meters. $6,800.

The Tank Must de Cartier

Another of Cartier's astute remasters is the revamped Tank Must. The Tank is combined with Cartier's "Must" label, a nod to its accessibility and ability to live without it. New hues, smaller sizes, and a star-of-the-show strap are all part of the updated line: It is made up of 40% plant matter and is aimed at the growing number of eco-conscious consumers. $2,480-$2,610.

Ballon Bleu de Cartier

The icy blue dial and diamond bezel on this new 33mm variant changes the Ballon Bleu, which is a striking design that doesn't ask for a lot of decoration. In the 33mm size, there are also new gold dial/case combinations, as well as blue and grey dials in the 40mm size. Cartier automatic movements are used in all of them. $11,000.

Audemars Piguet Royal Oak “Jumbo” Extra Thin

It is one of the best swiss luxury watches. The watch with the paradoxical title is oozing with 1,102 diamonds totaling 7.09 carats in this iteration. Is this a watch that is exclusive for women? Although modest for a Royal Oak, 39mm is enormous for a jewelry watch, and this one has a lot of bling. Despite this, the model's angular shape and neutral tapisserie dial (blue or black) make it unisex. $105,400.

Pasha de Cartier 30mm

In the 1980s, the Pasha was first presented as a men's watch, but it was immediately adopted by women who like its bulky design. Cartier has continued to feminize the design by going with the flow. It was revived last year, and now a 30mm version has been released. The red strap, which is the color of the year for women's watches, can be swapped out for a metal bracelet. The quartz movement is used in this size. $17,900.

Panerai Piccolo Due Madreperla PAM01280

The Panerai Due is a scaled-down version of the Luminor, measuring 38mm, which is modest for Panerai. The crown cover, cushion case shape, and Arabic script coated with Super-LumiNova are all present, but the dial is dressed up with mother-of-pearl and pink gold hands and markers. One of the various color options is the red alligator strap. The movement is the automatic P.900, and the case is Goldtech, Panerai's patented gold. $21,400.

Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra

This exclusive bracelet watch demonstrates that the concept of a women's watch as a smaller, dressed-up version of a men's watch is not flawed. The Seamaster is an iconic and well-respected watch, and shrinking it to 34mm, adding ruby indexes and a diamond bezel, and equipping it with an elite movement (the METAS-certified Co-Axial Master Chronometer Caliber 8800) is exactly the right decision by Omega.