A men's watch, worn on the wrist, says a lot about personality. It's an essential piece of a man's wardrobe and a subtle way to let others know he's courteous, punctual and lives his life with integrity.
The men's watch is more than a timepiece, it is also a sign of fashion. And yet, it is also more than just a fad, it separates gentlemen from boys.
Most of us are already guilty of looking at our phones too often, so why not give yourself less of a reason to constantly pull it out? A subtle glance at a watch is all it takes to tell the time, and it's a more courteous gesture, especially in the company of another person.
The quality of the part should be at the top of your list.
You want it to work. And you want it to last!
When you're about to shake hands, let your watch speak for you. A spotless watch at your boss's birthday party can accentuate your ensemble and give you more confidence to make contacts.
Watches are one of the few pieces of jewelry that any man can wear that is universally acceptable. If you are not comfortable with other jewelry such as rings, earrings, necklaces and bracelets, you will find an interesting selection of men's watches on our online store.
A few tips
Place your watch on the non-dominant wrist
When worn on the dominant hand, it is more susceptible to scratches.
Wear the right watch for the right occasion
Overall, an analog watch is best for a dressy occasion because it looks classy and sophisticated. A digital watch, on the other hand, is more suitable for a casual setting. Generally, the more complex the watch face, the sportier the timepiece.
Avoid a smartwatch at formal events
Although they allow you to change the bracelet, smartwatches are less suitable for chic situations. Indeed, the watch's rectangular face is capable of killing even the best of suits.
Match the bracelet to the outfit
As a general rule, a rubber strap is suitable for sporty looks; metal bracelets go with casual outfits and leather bracelets with dressy outfits.
The metal face of the watch should go with rings (except wedding band), cufflinks, etc.
No bracelet too flexible
The watch should sit just below the wrist bone and should be snug enough for blood to flow and allow movement. This way the watch should not be seen from under your long sleeves, unless the arm is bent.
When dressing, think simple
The classic style follows the concept, the less the better. A minimal outfit is much more appreciated than an exaggerated outfit, with many accessories.