Guess is another fairly recent addition to the world of luxury timepieces. Founded in 1981, the company started producing high-fashion ladies apparel from the outset. Guess is even credited as one of the first companies to feature designer jeans. It would take three years before Guess added watches for men and women to its product line. Though Guess watches needed time to catch on, they eventually began to compete with some of the largest luxury watch brands in the world.
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of its first watch collection, Guess released a special-edition watch in 2004. This event was also used to expand the entire line of Guess accessories.
Today, Guess watches come in a variety of designs and materials, though they are primarily made of steel with gold trimming. Guess produces luxury products, but its watches are some of the most affordable options of any high-fashion brand on the market. Its accessibility in North America and Europe, as well as a few other regions throughout the world, make it a very popular choice for men’s and women’s timepieces.
Guess Watch Collections
Like any good luxury watch brand, Guess provides its customers with dozens of unique and fashionable timepiece models. The Guess Waterpro collection is the brand’s premiere water-resistant watch line, making it an ideal choice for sailors and deep-sea divers. Alternatively, the Guess Atlas, Legacy, and Skylar collections are designed for optimum functionality and versatility. All three collections feature chronograph timepieces with beautiful gold and stainless steel casings.
While most of the watches in the aforementioned collections appeal to men, Guess also manufacturers excellent watches for women. The Guess Chelsea, Crush, G Luxe, and Lucy collections are all designed with women in mind. All of these product lines feature Quartz movement, stainless steel casings, as well as silver, gold, or silicone straps. The Crush and G Luxe collections are distinguished by their unique backgrounds, while the Chelsea and Lucy collections feature bejewelled watch faces.
The Guess Smartwatch maintains the look and feel of a traditional analog watch, while also featuring a built-in screen to display news, health updates, and other information in coordination with the Guess smartphone app. Alternatively, the Guess Zip is a throwback to the digital watches that were popular in the 1980s. In fact, Zip is the only truly “retro” watch in the entire Guess catalogue.