Tips to Buy the Best Ladies Watch for your Wife

Are you looking to buy the ladies watch? Confused? Yes, most of you may be. If you are looking to buy a watch for your beautiful wife then you must know some basics before presenting her a wrist watch. It might be really challenging to find the best wrist watch that would be loved by your wife. Here are certain tips that you can follow to buy the best watch for your women.

Match her Style

You know your wife well. Moreover, you know her profession. You should always look for a wrist watch that suits her style. If your wife is a working woman then you can gift her traditional looking wrist watch or a sports watch. It depends on her taste. The casual watches will do well if she is a housewife.

Match the Colors with her Physical Characteristics

You should choose a color that matches the traits and characteristics of your wife. If your wife’s body built is sporty, go with some wild colors. A black colored watch will complement her looks if she is quite fair. You can even choose a wrist watch color that can go with most of her dresses.

Choose the Proportional Watch

The proportionality influences the looks of watch on woman’s wrist. The consumers looking to buy ladies watch as a gift must consider the size of bands. The wider bands suits well on taller woman and the thinner bands on short women.

Interchangeable Bands Provide the Flexibility

If you are looking to buy a watch for your wife then go for a wrist watch that has interchangeable bands. The different bands can go well for different occasions. You need not buy a separate watch for every occasion. It is a great idea to go with a watch that has interchangeable bands.

Research for Brands

Choosing just any brand for your lady might not be the right choice. You must go for a deep research over the different brands of wrist watches for women and then select a watch model from preferred brand. Rolex, Seiko, and Breitling are some of the brands to eye at if you are high on budget. The Timex, Titan, and citizen watches are quite affordable and are available in variety of models. The Brand research is one of the most important aspects to consider while gifting your wife a wrist watch.

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Adding the Watch Box

If you have decided to gift a wrist watch to your better half then does not forget to add the watch box to it. Also make sure that you pack it well before gifting it to her.

The Last Words

So, consider the above mentioned tips if you are looking to buy a branded wrist watch for your wife and surprise her. Make sure that the watch you select should reflect her looks and style. It is important to go for interchangeable bands watch so that it can be worn on different occasions with different bands.…

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The Different Types of Men’s Formal Shoes you can look to Buy

No shoe company is complete in itself without a range of formal shoes. Let it be Lee Cooper, Woodland or Red Tape, each of the shoe company has an impressive range of formal shoes. You may find different types of formal shoes soothing your style. Red Tape shoes are built with classy designs according to the latest fashion trends. You may find dynamic shoes collection under this brand and many other shoe brands.

Different Types of Formal Shoes

Before you buy the formal Red Tape shoes, you should know about the different options available with you. There are different types of formal shoes that exist in the market. Some of its most popular types are as follow:

Oxfords

The oxford formal shoes are classic in every sense and will make you look smart. One of the most distinguishing features that separate the oxfords from Derbys is the eyelets that are fixed under the vamps of these shoes. These shoes look the best when you wear them with the pants having right lengths.

Derbys

Derbys is too similar to the oxfords, but the closed laces are missing. It gives a more relaxed vibe to the shoes and can be worn with formals. You will be impressed by its decorative details, shape of toes, and the sleekness. The shoes appear sexy with formal trousers. These are available in tan, black, and brown colors too.

Cap-Toes

These are the gentleman’s shoes. These are classy and will go well with the formal attire. The solid trousers will look sexy with these shoes. You will love the extra stitching on the toe. These are well tailored to suit your style.

Monk Straps

Monk Straps shoes are very similar to the loafers as they also don’t have the laces. The eye-catchy strap and the metal buckle on the top makes this shoe stand out differently. You can either choose the square toe monk straps or the sleeker ones. The stunning suit or the dark-colored pants will look stunning. You can surely impress the people at the corporate events wearing the monk straps.

Loafers

If you don’t love laces and the metal buckle then the loafers are made for you. They often appear to be casual, but can be worn easily with any type of outfit. They are sleeker and the dressy elements used in its designs make them the ideal formal shoes for you. They may or may not features the instinctive details like stitching or overlays, but will give a nice look once you wear them.

Dress Boots

These are very similar to the formal loafers and can be worn during the daytime. These are the best daytime formal shoes. You can pair them with the well tailored pants and the snazzy jackets. These can be ideal shoes for the formal meetings as well as for the afternoon engagements. These are generally available in blackish shades.

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These are the different types of formal shoes available in the market. You may find these formal Red Tape shoes available at different online stores and local stores as well. Go for them.…

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Ashes 2015: ECB president Giles Clarke may give evidence to parliament over ICC governance as protesters hold three-minute silence at The Oval

Clarke has seen pressure on him mount in recent months over the part he played in the restructuring of the International Cricket Council last year, the ‘big three takeover’ that saw India, England and Australia take control over the majority of power and income from the world game.

The news comes as Damian Collins, MP for Folkestone and Hyth and crucially a member of the culture, media and sport select committee, was at a protest outside The Oval this morning organised by the #changecricket campaign, set up by the makers of the documentary Death of a Gentleman, which calls for more transparency in the governance of the sport.

Protesting along with Collins was sportswear businessman Jaimie Fuller, leader of a campaign to make changes to cycling, and they were joined by around 100 or so other protesters who held a three-minute silence – one for each of the three countries now controlling cricket.

Protesters outside The Oval on day one of the Fifth Ashes Test “This is very detrimental to the game. I will ask the sports select committee to summon Giles Clarke to explain his role,” said Collins. “I will be asking the committee if they are interested in taking this further. They have a role to play in asking the questions people want to avoid answering.”

Clarke and the ECB have up until this point declined to comment on the claims made in Death of a Gentleman.…

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Nick Kyrgios has not apologised to Stan Wawrinka over girlfriend sledge, claims French Open champion

Kyrgios, 20, drew the ire of the tennis world in Montreal after he insulted Wawrinka at the Rogers Cup, saying that another Australian player, Thanasi Kokkinakis, had slept with Wawrinkas girlfriend.

Though Kyrgios later apologised via Twitter for his comments, he was slapped with two separate fines by the ATP who also raised the possibility the Australian could be suspended.

Wawrinka did not hear the comment at the time, only learning later that it had been audible on television. He admitted after on Wednesday that the past week had been difficult.

“For the past few days for sure my head was not really into the tennis,” Wawrinka told Sky Sports television after a 3-6 7-6(3) 6-3 win over Croatian teen Borna Coric at the Western & Southern Open in Cincinnati.

“What happened people dont see exactly what the consequences are for everybody so Im trying to put away.

“Today Im happy with the way I fight. I was playing really bad tennis but most important is the win.”

Stan Wawrinka at the Montreal Masters

Wawrinka was then asked if he was happy with the way that Kyrgios, who lost his opening match in Cincinnati, had apologised for the incident.

“He didnt apologise so no, but I prefer not to talk about him, thank you,” said Wawrinka.…

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Jessica Ennis-Hill delivers a valuable lesson to young pretender as she wins gold at World Championships

This was supposed to be a marker for Rio. The decision to compete at the World Championships came only at the last minute. Bronze would have constituted success, she said. Yet here she was, seven years after injury first denied her a shot at lining the Bird’s Nest in golden feathers, snaffling the colour of medal that might have been hers at those very Olympics.

This was a victory of character and heart as well as athletic excellence. As Usain Bolt also demonstrated in his cleansing of the 100m, when separation is measured in fractions, mettle makes the difference. Like Bolt, Ennis-Hill knows how to manage the environment, her presence enough to inhibit the output of others.

Katarina Johnson-Thompson does not lack for talent. It might be that the totals she compiles down the line are greater than the wonder mother’s. She was second overnight with her best event to come. When the moment beckoned, Johnson-Thompson could not produce a measurable jump, bouncing herself off the podium.

Johnson-Thompson is so good at the long jump she will be back in the pit this week to contest the individual event. In the molten heat of competition her method disintegrated. She could not deliver what has become second nature. This is what elite competition does, it fries the synapses, mangles mind management systems, takes you down.

Ennis-Hill arrived in Beijing with form nowhere near optimised after giving birth to her son, Reggie, just 13 months ago. Though she notionally returned to training last November, the birthing process meant a period of adaptation and rebuilding unlike anything she had known before.

Katarina Johnson-Thompson cuts a forlorn figure following her failure in the long jump which ended her hopes of a medal (AFP)

She competed for the first time since her Olympic success at London in 2012 only in May, and delayed a decision about Beijing until after the Anniversary Games in London last month. Her body clock was always set to Rio time, where she hopes to defend her Olympic crown next year.

How do you tell a winner not to win? Once she understood that victory was physically within her grasp in Beijing, the demand stiffened for the rest of the field. Johnson-Thompson was not the only one to suffer. Canada’s Brianne Theisen-Eaton did not come to China for silver and left recalibrating the challenge facing her in Brazil.

While Johnson-Thompson was disintegrating in the long jump, Ennis-Hill was posting a season’s best, as she did in four of the seven disciplines. The final event, the 800m, was a formality when it might have been the contest that identified Johnson-Thompson as the woman to beat in Brazil. That was a vision she was contemplating when second at the end of the first day with her strongest suits to come.

“I don’t want to battle it out with Jess in the 800m because neither of us will give up,” she observed from the safety of Saturday night. “I would like to get two good events in the long jump and javelin and give myself an easier time because she is Olympic champion and I would like to think I’ve got the goods as well so the 800m could be really special.”

It was for Ennis-Hill. The long jump failure rendered the javelin redundant for Johnson-Thompson, though she was still required to throw. And the climax that the 800m should have been became for the same reason a jog around two laps of the track to save Johnson-Thompson’s legs for the long jump.

You hope she will be stronger for the experience. Though sports folk commonly observe how they learn more from defeat than victory, winning is a skill some never acquire.…

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Ashes 2015: Alastair Cook refuses to let Fifth Test defeat take the gloss off a special summer

Australia skipper Michael Clarke celebrated an emphatic win on a rain-disrupted fourth day of his final test match, Peter Siddle proving the inspiration with figures of 4-35 as England were bowled out for 286 at The Oval.   “I am proud of the way we played here, showing grit and determination and playing cricket the Australian way,” Clarke told reporters.

“Congratulations to England, they thoroughly deserved to win the series. Today was not about me but about the team and I am incredibly proud to have been their captain.”

Cook could not conceal his delight at winning the series 3-2 after losing 5-0 in Australia in 2013-14.

“We cant let this loss take the gloss off a special summer,” a beaming Cook said before being presented with the urn.

“Credit to Australia and the character they showed to bounce back here. They have shown what a good team they are and to have beaten them three times is a credit to our guys.

“The fact we were underdogs before the series helped us. We were able to play with a bit of freedom and put them under pressure at crucial times.”

Australias captain Michael Clarke receives a guard of honour from his Australia teammates as he leaves the field after Australia wrap up the game on the fourth day of the fifth Ashes cricket test match between England and Australia at The Oval .

England, 203 for six overnight, lost their first wicket of the day when Mark Wood was trapped lbw by Siddle for six, the Australians winning a review after the umpire initially ruled it not out.

Jos Buttler, on 42, played a loose drive at Mitchell Marsh and was well caught low down by Mitchell Starc at extra cover before Moeen Ali and Stuart Broad dug in ahead of the forecast rain which arrived 45 minutes before the scheduled lunch interval.

The hosts resumed in the afternoon after more than two hours play was lost to the weather on 258 for eight and Siddle soon bowled Broad for 11.

Siddle had Moeen caught by wicketkeeper Peter Nevill for 35 to clinch victory and the Australian players gave Clarke a guard of honour as he led them off the field for the final time.…

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Manchester United transfer news: United make bid for 17-year-old wonderkid Rafik Zekhnini

According to reports in Norway, United have made an opening offer for the player who excelled in the Europa League against Borussia Dortmund last Thursday.

The teenager played a key role in Odds going into a 3-0 lead after 22 minutes before visitors Dortmund won the Europa League play-off first leg 4-3.

After the match, Dortmund captain, and United target Mats Hummels spoke of his shock at how good the player was for his age.

Yesterday, in an interview with the same local paper, TA, Zekhnini said that he “dreams” of playing for United.

“My dream is to play for Manchester United,” he said. “It has always been my favourite club. But you never know if there will be an offer.”

Wayne Rooney has admitted that despite the pull of United to prospective players, Champions League football is vital to attract the very best.

United have missed out on a couple of high-profile targets this summer, including Sergio Ramos and Pedro. With the club looking short of options, particularly in attack, there are concerns about the clubs transfer policy. The United captains view may offer a clue as to where those problems lie.

Manchester United are currently unable to guarantee Champions League football to potential signings. Having ended last season in fourth place, Louis van Gaals side are currently involved in a two-leg play-off with Club Brugge. Having won the first game 3-1, qualification for the group stage looks highly likely, but wont be confirmed until after the second leg on Wednesday.

“United are a massive club, but it depends on the player,” Rooney is quoted as saying by the Daily Mirror.

“When I joined, I said I wanted to join a club playing Champions League football.

“Obviously United still have a big pull in terms of the best players, but they will want to play Champions League football so it is important we qualify.”…

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Andy Vernon in new dig at Mo Farah: Bitter British rival angry over World Championships squad omission

Vernon felt his non-selection was because of a well-publicised fall-out with Britain’s leading distance runner, which, on the eve of the championships, British Athletics performance director Neil Black vehemently denied had played any part in selection.

But Vernon remains unconvinced and tweeted: “Well done on your medal @Mo_Farah. Great to hear you love to represent your country. Thank you for stopping me do the same. Good luck for the 5k.”

The pair have had a fractious relationship. When they last ran together in a 5,000m race in Lausanne, Vernon claimed Farah had told him to “fuck off” after he offered to make up with a handshake following the race, an act Vernon called “disgraceful”.

Their poor relationship dates back to a Twitter row earlier in the year in which Vernon criticised the lack of competition against Farah on UK soil, which led to Farah labelling his rival an “embarrassment”.

Farah and Vernon stand side by side on the podium at the 2014 European Athletics Championships

The latest outburst added an unsavoury element to Farah picking up his gold medal, Britain’s first of the championships, from newly elected IAAF president Seb Coe.

Farah returns to the track on Wednesday for the heats of the 5,000m bidding for a third consecutive golden distance double at global level, which is fast becoming his trademark.

Asked to rate his chances, Farah said: “It’s doable. It’s important that I have three days to look after myself and try to recover. After the heats, I will see how I feel. I can’t do any sessions because the race will have taken a lot more out of me. Just a run, stretch, physio, make sure I am not getting any problems.”

Prior to the championships, the 10,000m looked perhaps the easier gold but, with 25 laps in his legs and having been pushed to 27-minute pace by his Kenyan rivals, that might prove to be otherwise.

Looking ahead to the shorter event, Farah added: “I don’t know what is possible. There are four Kenyan guys in the 5k. It could be a fast one. They will be thinking, ‘Mo will be tired from the 10’ or it could come down to the last six or seven laps, I honestly don’t know. I think this will be a little harder than at previous championships.”…

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