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Android Wear – Time to Upgrade Your Android Wearables with Stylish Faces

Posted on the 16 December 2015 by Devender Singh @DevenderSingh93

9 New Stylish Faces for Android Wearables from Popular Fashion Brands

What makes a watch worth wearing? It should be beautiful and useful. Save you time and express your style. Like mechanical watches, Android Wear watches come in countless sizes, styles, and brands. And the different ways to wear what you want keep growing—just last month, Swiss watchmaker TAG Heuer and fashion brand Fossil launched their first watches powered by Android Wear.

Android Smartwatch Faces

But a watch’s physical design isn’t the only way to express your style with Android Wear. You can also choose from thousands of inspiring, useful, and downloadable watch faces. Today, They are sharing new watch faces from nine iconic fashion brands.

List of 9 Android wearable faces

  • Ted Baker: Reveal your sophisticated side with ten gorgeous designs.
  • Melissa Joy Manning: Rock a different birthstone for every month of the year.
  • Vivienne Tam: Watch Opera Girl twirl, take a selfie, and more.
  • Nicole Miller: Stay on track and in style with Nicole Miller’s pop art.
  • Y-3: Sport the styles of Yohji Yamamoto, inspired by the beauty of human movement.
  • Mango: Add instant chic to any outfit with this ready-to-wear watch face.
  • Zoe Jordan: Free your time of clutter with the clean lines of modern design.
  • Harajuku Kawaii!: Express your playful side with this adorable and vibrant watch face.
  • ASICS: Motivate yourself to stay active with the help of your fitness buddy.
Android phone owners can download these watch faces today. And iPhone owners can find these unique designs in their Android Wear mobile app in the coming days. ‘Tis the season for festivities and fun! Pick your fashion favorites to match your outfit, mood, or occasion. So, Hurry Up!!! Do try these awesome android wearable faces and share your feedback with us in the comments section below.

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