Wearables have hit the market, and they’re not going anywhere any time soon. From tech as simple as fitness trackers to eccentric items like Google Glass, consumers are constantly looking for the next “it” item to bring more tech into their day-to-day routine. Although many are jumping on the wearable tech bandwagon, there are still some who don’t quite see the practicality in wearing a rubber wristband or a touch screen watch when it comes time to dress up.
Fortunately, you don’t have to sacrifice your personal style to stay ahead of your parents’ generation in terms of tech savvy. The tech community is teaming up with the fashion world to bring a little more style to the wearable tech that’s already simplifying the lives of users across the globe.
If you’re looking for wearables that are just as high tech as they are beautiful, you’ve come to the right place. Here are four wearable options you can actually pair with a look suited for a night out.
1. Fossil Dreamer Activity Tracker
Activity trackers are among the trendiest of wearable tech today, and for good reason. These handy gadgets can help you track your daily activity, monitor your heart rate, and log your sleep habits to help you build a better lifestyle. This all sounds great, so what’s the problem? Try as they may, the standard fitness tracker probably wouldn’t pair well with your favorite cocktail dress. However, options like the Fossil Dreamer activity tracker just might.
The tracker is available in a pretty sand color with rose gold details that would blend in well among a matching set of bracelets on your wrist.
If you’re going to be standing and walking all night, you might as well track it so you can give yourself some credit later!
2. Ringly Alert and Notification Ring
Perhaps one of the easiest ways to lose your phone during a night out is to take it out when you don’t need it. The problem is you’ll more than likely need to check for messages or calls from friends throughout a night on the town to meet up or keep tabs on one another.
Although the Apple Watch provides a solution for this, it’s not necessarily the most fashionable accessory.
Ringly provides a collection of notification rings that are both stylish and capable of syncing to your phone to notify you when you get a message or a call. The rings leave out notifications from other apps to ensure you don’t have to take you phone out over a false alarm.
3. Moto 360 Smart Watch
If you’d still like to give the smart watch idea a try but aren’t quite willing to slap on a watch that looks very much like a smart phone on your wrist, you still have options. The Moto 360 smart watch provides a full smart watch platform that looks like a regular analog watch.
The watch can pull up apps from Google Play, enable video calls, track fitness, and send you updates and notifications. Although some consumers have had gripes about how thick the watch is, the designs overall are pretty enough to accompany a night time ensemble.
4. Bezels and Bytes Fitbit
For those of you who are looking to stay true to the FitBit brand without wearing the standard rubber wrist brand, you’re in luck. FitBit has teamed up with Bezels and Bytes to create a more fashionable FitBit for male and female users.
These devices come with all of the same features as a standard FitBit, however their band designs can be paired with a more put together look.
So there you have it, four ways you can get with the times and simplify your life with wearables without sacrificing your personal style when you’re putting together a complete look. If you have a suggestion for another fashionable wearable I haven’t listed, we’d love to hear it! Let us know in the comments below.
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