Making Your Apple Watch Fit With Your Attire

When smartwatches first started trending, a lot of people started comparing them to analogue watches right off the bat. Asides from reliability in checking the time without having to charge the battery and whatnot, one of the most valid points put forwards by smartwatch naysayers was that no matter how cool and functional a smartwatch was, it didn’t have the same aesthetic appeal as an analogue watch.

Smartwatch manufacturers took this point pretty seriously and started making their watches resemble high-end analogue watches more carefully. Asus started making their Zen Watches with leather bands and with big, round dials with an analogue watch like screens on them. Admittedly, they looked pretty cool. Smartwatch users could now carry the same rustic aesthetic from high-end analogue watches but in smartwatch form.

Apple, on the other hand, didn’t really change the form factor of their watches at all – classic Apple. Being the trendsetters they are, they don’t want to do anything that other companies are doing, no matter how good an idea they might have. Apple watches look about the same that they’ve always looked, in terms of form. However, even Apple understands a wrist watches’ place in a person’s attire. So, they started selling a lot of different coloured watch bands for their customers.

Now, when Apple sells accessories, they really charge you a lot for them. Thankfully though, if you own an Apple smartwatch, you can just buy apple watch bands 42mm from Supwatch.com. They have amassed a stock of 42mm bands for all Apple watch series and in many colours and textures. You’ll have a much bigger variety to pick from and at much more reasonable rates as well. Now your Apple watch can also feel at home with the rest of your clothing.