Seeing Apple watch bands being styled is a thing y’all! If you’ve been a long time reader of this blog, then you may already have seen one of my most popular posts Apple Watch Style – 4 Creative Options. I often get asked where I get my Apple Watch bands so I wanted to update on some of the newest styles I’ve discovered.
Where it all Began
Two years later and I still absolutely love my Apple Watch. There are the obvious benefits of health tracking but I also really appreciate that I don’t have to carry my phone around with me in the house. When I’m home, I used to scramble to find my phone whenever it rang or I got a text. With the Apple Watch, I’m always connected!
I’ve also recently connected it to my Supernatural Exercise App on the Oculus Quest 2 VR system. What a workout that is!! Check out this review to learn more about that.
Since wearing my Apple Watch is a priority for me, I want to make sure it matches my style as much as my lifestyle. Let’s have a look at some great bands you can buy to match your mood.
Apply Watch Bands on Amazon
All the bands here are from Amazon. I like the selection available and the prices make it feasible to buy a couple and keep them on rotation. I still use all the bands I reviewed in my original post! Options are good, right?!? Here are a few more I’ve recently ordered.
Available in a variety of styles, the Amzpas Leather Bands are comfortable and fit well. I particularly like the white, which is not a bright-white but more cream-white. It’s great for the spring and summer months ☀️ All the hardware on this beauty is silver. The floral red is also super cute with a really nice, distinct rose pattern. For under $15, you can’t go wrong!
Qinmu is a fun and whimsical brand that has super fun patterns and styles. Here I chose a silicone band that is similar to what came with my Apple Watch. I find the silicone to be a better option when I’m wearing my watch to work out or in the pool. Cost is also on the low end at $10. I have a pretty small wrist so I did find it to be a tad big on me. But it fits well enough on the last hole that I don’t feel like it would fall off. I decided on a pink floral because it was too cute to pass up.
The Fullmosa brand is a bit more expensive at around $25 than the options above but it has a lot more hardware variety. You can find gold, black and rose gold! I also found the bands to be a bit thicker and good quality. I picked the grey with rose gold accents, which matches my watch perfectly. The other colours are STUNNING and I have my eye on a few more.
Drum Roll Please – My New Favourite
If you’re looking for something a little bit different, I highly recommend having a look at Light House… They have absolutely gorgeous resin bands. These bands are super light on your wrist and come with a tool to help you size the band properly. I haven’t personally worn it in water yet but I’m not worried about it since resin tends to be durable. With spring just around the corner, I picked the flower pink and couldn’t be happier with it. In fact, I’ve had to re-order it because my sister took the first one 😂. I’m definitely planning to pick up another band from this brand in the fall. This was the priciest of the bunch at around $35.
A Look Back at Old (but still loved) Favourites
These final two options were covered in my original post but since they’re still available – and remain favourites of mine – they’re worth a second look.
The black leather band is from Wfeagl and is quite sturdy and comfortable. Black is a must-have colour for me because I wear it so much 🖤 and this band has remained in really good shape. The Simpeak Rose Gold band is stainless steel and has a bit of weight to it, which I love because it’s on the bulky side. I’d say this is the one I probably wear the most and the colour is beautiful. Both are in the $20-$25 range.
Here’s a short video to give you a close up of all the Apple Watch Bands reviewed in this post:
Do you like to switch out your watch bands or are you still wearing the band that came with your Apple Watch? We’d love to know! Tell me about your personal style in the comments below.
It’s “time” to go but I’ll see you all soon!