Sticky Steps...

The daily musings of Rob Blythe - Sydney-sider & self proclaimed coffee-snob.

A scrapbook of his daily visual inspiration.
WRIST P*RN
Thanks to DG6 Group for my Viola Milano bracelets.
I opted for the Dark Ocean and Amazonite colours as I have alot of blues + denim in my wardrobe.
Everyone always asks to see more watch shots - there is a bit of a glimpse here as they centre my new beads. Ive retired my 7 year old Panerai’s (Luminor + Radiomir) to the back as I dont wear them anymore. Got way too common and I feel are too big as I have grown fond of vintage and thinner style classical watches.
So, up front are my Jaeger’s and a vintage Omega.
Left to right: c.1950’s Omega Seamaster with beautiful patina’d dial, 1952 JLC Memovox in gold, 2011 JLC Grande Ultra Thin Reverso Speciale Italica edizione (one of 150 pieces) and a c.1960’s JLC in mint condition.
All on my Owen & James shirt bag :)

WRIST P*RN

Thanks to DG6 Group for my Viola Milano bracelets.

I opted for the Dark Ocean and Amazonite colours as I have alot of blues + denim in my wardrobe.

Everyone always asks to see more watch shots - there is a bit of a glimpse here as they centre my new beads. Ive retired my 7 year old Panerai’s (Luminor + Radiomir) to the back as I dont wear them anymore. Got way too common and I feel are too big as I have grown fond of vintage and thinner style classical watches.

So, up front are my Jaeger’s and a vintage Omega.

Left to right: c.1950’s Omega Seamaster with beautiful patina’d dial, 1952 JLC Memovox in gold, 2011 JLC Grande Ultra Thin Reverso Speciale Italica edizione (one of 150 pieces) and a c.1960’s JLC in mint condition.

All on my Owen & James shirt bag :)

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