Tuesday, 23 January 2018

A day in Amchi Mumbai with Daniel Wellington!

The Mumbai board at Gateway of India

A Day in Mumbai with Daniel Wellington

Hello guys, hope 2018 is treating you good! I am back with a new post today and this time it is all around timeless beauty of Daniel Wellington watches! So without any further due let's get started and walk all around Mumbai with DW! 

The Ultimate Class: Daniel Wellington

The Daniel Wellington watch is without any doubt suitable for every occasion. May it be a party, a formal meeting or even just hanging out with your friends. The watch is finely designed with a elegant dial and classy metallic rim that can pe paired with a Nato strap, leather strap or a mesh strap. The choice of which one to wear is all yours, and it can change - to suit any outfit, any occasion or any mood. It allows you to create a different watch for every day of the week. 

Photography By: Chetan Umredkar

DW travels to Mumbai!

Mumbai isn't just a name, it's a feeling. I took DW to the most reknowned places in our BOM-BAE to witness the beautiful British stone architecture and the world wide crowd that pours into the largest city and financial capital of India. Our team tried to capture the best of our city and tried to cover the most famous spots of our city that never sleeps. 

Headquaters of the Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai.

Horniman Circle South Mumbai 

Gateaway of India 

The Taj Hotel

Colaba Causeway 

Asiatic Library

Marine Drive

Tea Villa Cafe, Churchgate

Chattrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST Station) 

So, ya DW goes all over Mumbai and this design happens to be the best watch design ever. It's a combination of casual and formal styling with a tint of elegance. Get yourself one too, from where? From here  https://www.danielwellington.com/in/?gclid=Cj0KCQiAtJbTBRDkARIsAIA0a5NkByrWO6UxXj5Dl-TWIYQ5rb9IQSalzDBkaqddwAOsfdQj4yhQN2AaAgIjEALw_wcB

Hope you guys liked this blogpost and hope it was informative to you all. See you all soon with my next post until then stay tuned!

Signing off,
Kshitija Adsul.

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