Wearable Investments To Consider This Summer

Alternative investments are in right now and who said that they all had to be through stocks, shares, property and the rest? That just seems confusing and overwhelming. If you love to shop but want to keep your money up, then here are some hot wearable investments to consider this summer.

Traditional Wearable Investments for Summer

Watches and Jewellery

Of course, the first thing that comes to mind is both designer watches and jewellery. The market is pretty volatile but if you buy at a good point in the market, you can expect any solid gold or silver pieces to hit an all-time high in the market in the next few years.

These investments will never get old, as they are made out of precious metals and hold a level of status that will always be favoured in the market and by individuals. So be sure to snatch up some pieces when the market looks good and be sure to do your research. Who knows, you might get lucky to come across individuals who don’t realise the value of the pieces they are selling.

Leather Goods

You might be shocked, but well-crafted leather items such as luggage, watch straps, wallets and anything else you can think of retain their value and due to both trends and age, their value can only increase. It’s a classic piece that we all wear and adore in almost every season, plus you can get the most out of these investments and they are very in right now with streetwear for men trends.

Tech-Focused Wearable Investments for This Summer

Smart Watches & Fitness Trackers

Wearable technology seems to be the next big thing on the market, in the form of smartwatches. Brands such as Google, Apple and many others have created a new piece of technology that is an investment for your health and well-being. I mean, they aren’t a long-term investment as they create and update these models continuously and with new advances in AI, we can only imagine greater changes to these pieces of technology.

Fashion Wearable Investments for This Summer


I mean, we cannot forget about some iconic pieces of fashion that have only kept their value or increased over time. This comes in the form of expensive and quality fabrics such as cashmere, but also silk. While vintage pieces might have been cheaper back in the day, their value would have most definitely increased based on that factor. Look for classics and designers to add to the collection.


Vintage fashion has made a huge comeback in the last few years, and people are willing to sell their arms and legs to get their hands on some unique pieces. Vintage designer is almost the best form of vintage investment you can consider but even in general, buy modern pieces now and just sit and wait till they come back in trend and sell when the market is good.


It’s important to note that these investments fluctuate so be careful when you are considering buying them so that, in the future, you will have a secure investment.