This watch is beautiful! I had considered several different models of rose-gold watches, and I'm so glad I decided on this one.This watch is especially beautiful because of the way they used silver alongside the rose-gold on the band. It creates an overall look that is more subtle than other rose gold watches I considered, which is one of the reasons I chose this one. In person, the silver/rose gold combo looks really lovely--even better than the photo. (Some other commenters mentioned that the rose gold color is better in person than in the photo and posted their own photos in different lighting--I totally agree with what they said & their photos are very accurate and helpful.) An added bonus of the two-tone silver/rose gold style is that it's extremely versatile and wearable with a wide range of other jewelry including rose gold, silver, white gold, or probably even regular gold. It matches my white gold wedding & engagement rings beautifully.I also love the small face size--so many women's watches are huge these days, and I personally don't love that look. The face also has nice details, like a mother-of-pearl backing (which is kind of hard to see in the photo, but looks really good in person), Roman numerals (very classy), and twelve tiny 'diamonds' for each hour. The one drawback to the small face & subtle features is that you can't just glance at the watch and immediately see exactly what time it is--it's not hard to see per-se, but you do have to actually look at it for a second or so to read the time. I'm thinking this might not be a first choice for nurses or others who need to be able to easily and precisely keep track of time on the job. But it's fine for more general use. I'm a professor and I like to know how much time I have left in class without having to depend on wall clocks or having to check my phone during class. I don't have to keep track by the second, so this watch is perfect for my needs.As far as sizing, the watch worked better than the bracelets for me. I removed the removable bracket on the back and the watch fits comfortably and securely just above my wrist bone. I tried it on the looser setting also, and I like the look but it's a little annoying to have it flopping around if you're trying to do anything. The bracelets are less flexible than the watch (no hinges on the top) and this affects the fit--for me, they don't fit the shape of my wrist when they're on the smaller setting (the top part sticks out too far past the curve of my wrist) so it looks weird and is uncomfortable. This means I can only wear them on the loose setting, which limits how well they pair with the watch. I tried the bracelets loose and the watch tight, and it didn't work at all. So if I want to wear them together, I will have to add the bracket back in on the watch and wear it loose. Beyond trying them on at home, I haven't done this yet and probably won't do it very often. If you have a different sized or shaped wrist, this might not be an issue for you. But do be aware that it is possible. In my opinion, the watch itself is worth the price, so I feel that the bracelets were free & therefore don't really mind that I probably won't wear them very often.One last thing--I wasn't sure what I would think about the row of 'diamonds' on each side of the watch where the band attaches to the face. I worried that it might look gaudy or something. But it actually looks really nice! It's very subtle looking, and a clever way of hiding the hinges.Overall, this watch is lovely, unique, versatile, and feminine, without being too flashy. I'm really glad I got it!