Tech Couture: 5 wearables for women that blend fashion and technology seamlessly with great looks
With wearable technology becoming more common these days, it’s hard to predict what could be next. Although, the world of fashion has caught on to the trend and is incorporating technology into clothes and accessories. Will Indian women catch on to the trend for the love of fashion and gadgets? You never know. Check out these 5 fashion accessories that are stylish and tech savvy.
Going out clubbing but can’t decide what bling goes well with your nail color? Let your smartphone decide. Ringly is wearable technology in the form of a ring, it syncs with your phone to give you notifications like important calls and social alerts through customizable LED lights and vibrations. The beauty about Ringly is that it retains the aesthetics of jewelry and subtly integrates it with technology.
2) Misfit Shine Necklace
A very well crafted piece of tech jewelry inspired by floral patterns of nature. It is elegant and seamlessly blends with any wardrobe style. As for the tech side of it, it auto-detects your activity such as running, cycling, walking and it is waterproof up to 50 meters. It tracks, monitors and logs all your stats on to the Misfit App. It also tracks your sleep, so it’s ideally a real good looking fitness tracker, plus it’s a timepiece.
3) First Sign Hair Clips
First Sign Hair Clips are an excellent security measure, since they’re hair clips they’re well concealed. These stylish clips are designed for security alerts, they have accelerometer and gyroscope technology that detects violent and unnatural moments. They’re also GPS and microphone enabled to send alerts and record data that is synced to a phone app.
4) Netatmo JUNE
This bracelet is elegantly simple but also looks rich. As for its tech features, it measures your sun exposure and logs the data on to your smartphone to help you with the type and usage of SPF cream, it also notifies you when to move into the shade.
5) Intimacy 2.0
This dress has been in beta mode for quite some time now. It is created using leather and smart e-foil fabric that responds to heart rates, changes in skin texture and body temperature. You guessed that right! The dress goes transparent when you’re turned on. Don’t believe it? Check out the video below.
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