Moreover, the quality of your sleek Coach accessory will ensure that this wristlet will last much longer than the romance between you and Mr. Red-Line, who will later turn out to be a depressive and overly coddled grad student.
Ladies Convertible Watch: Introduced in approximately 1915, the Convertible looked like a pocket watch but came with a bracelet which converted it into a wristwatch (wristlet watch for ladies) if the owner so desired.
Coach Straw Wristlet: An adorable addition to any classic ensemble, this wristlet shows just how glamorous straw can be - it's dressed up with brightly-colored metallic leather and a slinky gold chain strap.
So why blow the effort by throwing a heavy leather grandma bag over your shoulder when the gentle strap of a wristlet hanging off your forearm says, "I'm too free to be encumbered by the cares of the world."
And, with the glimmering aid of a Coach wristlet, he will ask for your name, because you look stylish, upscale, and the object dangling from your slender wrist makes you seem unattached yet, preoccupied.
It's 17 inches wide, 11 inches high, and 9 inches deep and offers short, knotted straps (except in the alligator style), a fold-over flap on top, a wristlet accent, and a hidden coin purse.
A timeless look of the smaller clutch purse style that is convenient to grab and go is found in the smaller wristlet handbag, which features a strap you can wear around your wrist.
Baby Blossom: So beautiful that it's nearly impossible not to stare at, the Baby Blossom is a charming wristlet that is both girlish and practical at the same time.
But a Coach wristlet is such a delightful slice of luxury that carrying one around is totally worth sacrificing four-fifths of your handbag inventory.
At that time, they imported Hermann Aegler's Swiss movements, placed them in their own timepiece casing and manufactured a wristwatch and wristlet.