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Tag Heuer Connected: Stepping Into the Future of Luxury Watches

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This past year, Tag Heuer has made it’s place in watchmaking history. And they did this not only by creating a smartwatch but also by taking their brand under a complete cultural change in efforts to focus to connecting to a younger generation while maintain the values of Jack Heuer.


The milestones they’ve set are seen in the grand design of the Tag Heuer Connected, the first “luxury” smartwatch to hit the market. Along with partnering with Google and Intel, it also brags the first smartwatch with an Intel chip inside.



The Tag Heuer Connected is powered with an Intel Atom Z34XX processor. It’s a man-sized watch —measuring 46mm. And because it’s composed of grade 2 titanium, it wears extremely comfortably, weighing only 52g. And in favor of something more luxurious, it’s covered in crystal sapphire unlike it’s glass cased competitors. To create a sporty look, it comes with a black rubber strap, with other colors available for purchase.

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The idea behind the Tag Heuer Connected was to build a luxury smartwatch that didn’t actually look like a smartwatch. To meet your style needs, it boasts 3 different interfaces to choose from: black, deep blue, and pearl white, with each face representing the classic mechanical look of Tag Heuer. It features details from their mechanical watches such as the sleek, signature hands and strong, angular numerals to tell the time. Overall, it creates a gentlemanly that is wearable for almost all occasions, and the rubber strap adds ruggedness that makes this watch even more desirable.



Diameter: 46 mm

Thickness: 12.8 mm

Weight: 52 gm


Titanium Grade 2 case including:

- Horizontal and vertical fine-brushed titanium lugs

- 3D-raised and fine-brushed numerals

- “TAG Heuer Connected“ lettering engraved with silver lacquer

- Black, sandblasted, carbide-coated titanium bezel with anti-fingerprint coating

- Titanium single push-button with black, carbide-coated line fine-brushed and raised with TAG Heuer shield

- IP67 splash-proof water resistance


- Scratch-resistant sapphire crystal

- 1.5in fully circular transflective LTPS LCD display

- Touch on Display supporting multiple finger recognition

- Screen resolution: 360×360, 240ppi


- Weight: 29 gm

- Vulcanized rubber strap with grade 2 titanium folding clasp and safety push-buttons.


Seven Strap colors: green, blue, orange, red, white, black, yellow.


410mAh battery (minimum 25 hours battery life, based on typical usage)


1.6GHz dual core processor (500mHz normal operation speed)


1GB main memory – 4GB storage memory


Gyroscope, tilt detection sensor, microphone, haptic engine


Android 4.3+ / iOS 8.2+


Bluetooth BLE 4.1 – WLAN 2.4 GHz 802.11 B/G/N


Conductive charging cradle with USB cable and wall plug

So what do you think of the Tag Heuer connected? Leave your thoughts in a comment below!

The Hottest Luxury Watch Brands of 2016

Interested in who will have the hottest watches on the market this year? Timepiece Perfection has laid out a few of the top brand you’ll have to keep your eye on in 2016:


Audemars Piguet

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For the last 150 years, AP has created some of the most high-end watches money can buy. With a history of creating innovative minute repeater watches, their brand is founded on some of the most accurate and luxurious horological instruments.

If you’re looking for a gorgeous, forged carbon watch by AP, keep your eye out for the new Royal Oak Concept Laptimer Michael Schumacher. It’s said to be their most ground-breaking mechanical movement yet.



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Since it first began creating timepieces in the 18th century, Blancpain had held up their true tradition of innovation and creativity. Famous for their Fifty Fathoms dive watch, this year they have reinforced their commitment to combine economic development with marine conservation by supporting World Ocean summit.

This year, they will be releasing more watches to fit their theme, by donating a portion of their proceeds to the cause.


A. Lange and Sohne

As the leading Saxon watch manufacturer for over 170 years, you can expect nothing less than impressive from this brand. A. Lange and Sohne has opened a new factory, and they’re making exquisitely crafted watches to commemorate their achievements, such as the Zeitwerk Minute Repeater, and the more affordable yet equally stunning Lange 1.


Bell and Ross

Although they’re known for their square case watches, their latest watches are anything but “square”. This year, we’re eyeing the limited edition 10th anniversary Skeleton Tourbillon Mono-Pusher Chronograph. It gives the impression of being prised from a military aircraft, giving it a touch of class and strength like no other timepiece.



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Now this is a brand that you should always keep in mind when searching for the most luxurious watches on the market. This year, they’re celebrating the 60th anniversary of the Day-Date, resulting in an extreme makeover for it’s flagship model. They’re also branching out by offering a Yachtmaster with a rubber strap in a delectable pink-rose gold case.



With the release of the latest bond film Spectre, Daniel Craig has given Omega plenty of exposure by wearing their Seamaster model designed specifically for the film. The Seamaster 300 Spectre has the Bond family coat of arms and gun barrel found in the self-winding weight. But their impressive watches go being 007: keep your eye out for more supremely accurate watches to be released this year.

Want to know more about 2016 watch trends? Check out our post on predictions for the watch industry for 2016.

Guide to Finding Your Watch Model Number

Sure, luxury watches come with the paperwork for authenticity. But what do the variety of numbers mean, and which ones are important? The watch model number is a key part of your watch, and it’s location is found on a specific and unique location depending on the watch. To help you find your watch’s model number, we’ve laid explained how to find it based on your watch brand:


Jaeger Le-Coultre:

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Jaeger Le-Coultre can be a little complicated, but your best bet with them is the “Q” number or case back number. Interestingly, there are three models that can identify one Jaeger LeCoultre watch. Some watches are referred to by all three, whereas some are more commonly identified by just one of these numbers. There more popular models are usually in the form XXX.X.XX or a similar format. Jaeger Le-Coultre watches also have what is known as a “Q” model number. This “Q” model number (ex. QXXXXXXX) and a case back number XXX.X.XX are searchable and should be found on the paperwork, tag, and caseback.





Having paperwork on hand is key if you need to find your Rolex watch number. Otherwise, finding it directly on your watch can be tricky. Usually, the model number is located between the watch lugs under the bracelet. So, that means that you must remove the bracelet or band. One set of links or lugs will display the watch model number, and the other will display the serial number. If you absolutely need to do this, we recommend having the bracelet removed professionally to avoid scratches.



Patek Philippe:


Patek Philippe makes things a little tricky too. On the case back, you’ll see a number, but it only has the serial number. The watch model number is actually located on the inside of the case back. Again, we recommend having the case removed professionally if you absolutely need to find this number.





If you’re looking for the model number on your Cartier watch, you’ll find the 4 digit code on the case back and on the paperwork. This particular number serves as a unique identifier that will designate the specific type of model. Others with the same number will have identical size and dimension, but they may differ in materials. When looking for the number on the paperwork, it will typically start with the letter “W” followed by the 4 digit number. Also, if you can’t find the number on the case, don’t worry: some earlier models or quartz models don’t have a model number on the case.





If you’re looking for your Breitling model number, you’re in luck: they’re simple and easy to find. Every watch of theirs is marked on the case back with the model number. And on the paperwork, you’ll find the same model number with additional numbers relating to the specific design of the timepiece. There, you may also find another code with a letter followed by five digits indicating the chronometer certificate. However, that doesn’t come standard with every Breitling model.



Tag Heuer:

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Thankfully, Tag Heuer created a clear and simple system for finding and identifying the watch model. On the case back, their watch will have a serial number and a model number matching that on its paperwork. The watch model number is the one the is number on top, beginning with a letter. In some cases the watch model number can be standing alone, or right above the displayed movement on an exhibition case.

4 Legit Reasons Why You Need a Hublot

Thinking about buying a Hublot, but not sure if you’re ready to commit? To help you make the right choice, we’ve laid out 4 legit reasons as to why you need to a get yourself one:



Signature Design

Hublot Timepieces don’t represent the “Art of Fusion” among watch brands for nothing. Since they first started in the 1980s, men and women have been desiring these luxury watches for their unique style and class. The name Hublot (which means “porthole” in French) represents their signature port hole shape. The founder Carlo Crocco wanted to create watches that were durable, adaptable, and stylish at at once. Thus, the signature look of the Hublot was born.



Intricate Manufacturing

When he first launched the company, Hublot became the first brand to combine both gold and rubber in a single watch. Their style is one that was created to fit comfortably on anyone’s wrist.  They’re also known for their combinations of polished and brushed gold and use of natural rubber straps that compliment and contrast the minimalist face. Crafted by hand with serious attention to detail, Hublot watches are durable yet comfortably weightless for the wearer. There most famous watches, such as the Unico, are known for their specialized functions and complications, a world-time GMT, and a patented bi-retrograde chronograph for timing football matches.



Special Collections

Every year, Hublot manufactures a variety of special collection watches. They have collections all the way from your favorite futbol team to the latest special edition Ferrari inspired Classic Fusion Ultra Thin. Plus, they’re limited edition models are nothing short of spectacular. Each one of the special collection timepieces is not only prestigious; they’re designed with cutting-edge style and materials that make them some of the most coveted watches on the market.



Customer Service

Something many watch lovers don’t think of is how a brand’s customer service is. What makes Hublot stand out from almost all other watch brands is their unbeatable and extremely helpful worldwide service. This company goes out of their way to please their customers from the time they receive the watch to any other concerns or needs they have as they wear it.

So now you know the truth: getting a Hublot is totally worth it. Check our latest collection of Hublot timepieces here!

His and Hers Watch Set: Rolex Yacht-Master

Thinking about getting yourself and a loved one a set of His & Hers watches?

You simply can’t go wrong with Rolex —especially the Yachtmaster Oyster collection.


Rolex is known for creating beautiful and innovative watches through timeless craft and luxurious design. One of our favorites is the Rolex Yachtmaster  — a line of luxury sport watches that has the designs to blow any competition out of the water.



A Rolex isn’t America’s favorite watch for nothing! Using only the finest materials, this luxury watch brand crafts timepieces that last a lifetime. The pair of His and Hers Yachtmasters shown here are crafted with 18 ct yellow gold. Watches from this collection feature the manufacture Caliber 3135 and a bidirectional self-winding via perpetual rotor, and COSC-certified chronometer.



Each watch has complex movements yet simple stunning design, made for the gentlemen and lady at sea and offshore.
Though it has complex movements and complications, the Yachtmaster II is simple and easy to operate. This luxury chronograph was designed specifically for yacht racing, which is why it features a unique mechanical memory that has a countdown from 10 to 1. These impressive watches have over 35000 man-hours (over 4 years) invested into its mechanical movements and is made of 360 intricate parts.


This Rolex Yachtmaster boasts a large, blue face that contrasts the white geometric hour markers. The white and gold-lined hands tie everything together perfectly —all the way from the gold bracelet to the dial.

MOVEMENT: Perpetual, mechanical, self-winding, regatta chronograph

CALIBRE: 4161, Manufacture Rolex

FUNCTIONS: Centre hour and minute hands, small seconds hand at 6 o’clock. Programmable countdown with mechanical memory and on-the-fly synchronization. Stop-seconds for precise time setting

PRECISION: Officially certified Swiss chronometer (COSC)

OSCILLATOR: Paramagnetic blue Parachrom hairspring

WINDING: Bidirectional self-winding via Perpetual rotor



The Ladies’ Yachtmaster is a beauty to behold. The delicate white face is decorated with blue hour markers and surrounded by a stunning gold bezel. Plus, the elegant hands —which happen to be signature accents in this collection— make this watch the classiest of its kind.

MOVEMENT: Perpetual, mechanical, self-winding

CALIBRE: 2235, Manufacture Rolex

FUNCTIONS: Centre hour, minute and seconds hands. Instantaneous date with rapid setting. Stop-seconds for precise time setting

PRECISION: Officially certified Swiss chronometer (COSC)

WINDING: Bidirectional self-winding via Perpetual rotor

Ready to get you and your loved one a pair of Yachtmasters? Contact us at!

Top 10 Favorite Watches in America

Ever wonder what America’s favorite watches are? Chronolytics published an overview of the top 50 most popular watch brands in the USA. Here we’ve listed the top 10 from their list to explain why they’re our favorites too:


1. Rolex

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Of course, is should come to no surprise that Rolex makes the top of the list. Since it was founded in 1905 by Alfred Davis and Hans Wilsdorf, Rolex has grown to be one of the largest single luxury watch brands, producing about 2,000 watches per day. Every timepiece crafted in their facility is created with the finest materials, advanced technology, and a classic artisan style.

2. Omega


Known for a variety of styles that range from classic to more contemporary looks, Omega makes it easy to find a watch that suits anyone. Crafted with innovation and class, Omega is known for having famous wearers such as Prince William, Buzz Aldrin, John F. Kennedy, and James Bond in his films since 1995.


3. Breitling


Breitling has long since been the leader of precision-made chronometers in the watchmaking world. Their intricately crafted instruments are created specifically towards aviation (Navitimer) and diving (SuperOcean).


4. Patek Philippe

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As one of the most prestigious watch brands in the world, Patek Philippe produces watches with extremely complicated movements and features. Because they are one of the few privately owned Swiss watch manufacturers, their creative freedom allows them to craft truly unique and stunning timepieces.


5. Cartier

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The jewelry and watches crafted by Cartier are often associated with those of Royalty. Every accessory they create has elegance, class, and prestige that will have everyone’s head turning.


6. Audemars Piguet


Audemars Piguet is one of the most prominent Swiss watchmakers in the world, They are known for holding true to their roots: every luxury watch is crafted with old-fashioned handmade techniques. Still, they boast a bold, modern style in their latest collections.

7. Panerai

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The best things in life comes from Italy: food, wine, and luxury timepieces. Panerai has been making rustic, handmade watches since it was founded in Florence during the 1860s. Their casual yet adventurous style comes from Panerai’s history as a supplier to the Royal Italian Navy.

8. IWC

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To combine the modern engineering of the US with the artisan craftsmanship of the Swiss, Florentine Ariosto Jones founded the International Watch Company. Every watch they create meets their official motto “Probus Scafusia”, meaning “Good, solid craftsmanship from Schaffhausen.”


9. Jaeger-LeCoultre

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A watch by Jaeger-LeCoultre goes beyond a clean, sharp style. Known for having hundreds of inventions and thousands of calibres under its name, it boasts the world’s most complicated wristwatch and the world’s smallest calibre.


10. TAG Heuer

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Each timepiece by TAG Heuer is designed for a gentlemen with a sleek, sharp style. The extremely precise complications and features make TAG Heuer’s instruments some of the most desirable in the US.

What Defines a Luxury Watch?



Luxury watches are more than just an accessory — they’re an expression of prestige.


All the way from the production to the brand name, high-end timepieces are distinctly different from simple, mass-produced watches. To add clarity to what truly sets apart a luxury watch, we’ve laid out 4 aspects to look for:


1. In-House Movements

When it comes to the quality of luxury timepieces, it’s all about production. True high-end watchmakers develop their instruments using in-house movements, setting their watches apart in terms of speciality. Some watchmakers even do the final polishing and assembly entirely by hand, giving it an exemplary touch found only in a luxury timepiece.  Plus, many luxury timepieces have limited production, inherently raising their value.



2. Brand

Every luxury watch brand has distinguishing factors found in their timepieces.  Rolex, for example, is known for using an expensive and difficult steel called 904L for their watches. That special kind of steel is what keeps their watches looking beautiful for years to come — which is why owning a Rolex comes with a high price tag. And a high-end watch isn’t always defined by the price alone. Watch enthusiasts would classify watches such as Omega and Cartier as luxury timepieces, although they aren’t as expensive as brands such as Blancpain and Audemars Piguet.


3. Jewelry

A luxury watch should go beyond timekeeping — it has to fit the look of a person with a high-end lifestyle. True luxury watches are made of only the finest materials. High quality, precious metals should protect your timepiece, while retaining the polish and its beauty for years to come. Something else to look for are jewels that decorate the watch. After all, nothing says luxury like gems that line the case or face of a high-end watch. All these materials add to the value of this jewelry.



4. Complications

Watches with complications have features that go beyond the simplicity of timekeeping. A “complicated” watch is one that has many sophisticated functions, including chronograph, date displays, calendars, and time-zone displays. And creating a watch with more complication means implementing thousands of parts and intricate functions to make a truly high-end timepiece.


A timepiece that boasts at least 3 complications is generally called a Grand Complication, such as this one from the Audemars Piguet from the Royal Oaks Collection shown above. It features a perpetual calendar indicating the day, date, week, moon phases, month, leap years, minute repeater, split-seconds chronograph and small seconds at 9 o’clock.

Every watch enthusiast will carry their own opinion about what makes a high-end watch a high-end watch. But here at Timepiece Perfection, we feel that those 4 characteristics are what make up a true luxury timepiece.

What do you think a luxury timepiece should be defined by?

Watch Comparison: Piguet, Patek Philippe, and Cartier

There’s something undeniably classic and subtly powerful about a intricately crafted steel watch.


As we’ve searched through our collection here at Timepiece Perfection, we’ve found three perfect steel-cased watches to review today: AP Royal Oaks, Patek Philippe Chronograph, and Cartier Ballon Bleu.


Audmars Piguet Royal Oak

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The watchmakers of Audemars Piguet are known for creating luxury timepieces that implement artistic mastery with technical virtuosity. The exquisite and famous variety in the AP Royal Oaks Collection is why their watches are often featured in our articles. This time, we’ve decided to take a closer look what makes this AP chronograph so impressive.
This AP Chronograph is notably elegant and distinctly masculine. Crafted in stainless steel and utilizing state-of-the-art components, everything from  timekeeping to chronograph features perform flawlessly. And the detail in the Grande Tapestry face and recognizable hexagonal bezel give this timepiece the luxurious Royal Oaks touch.


more tech specs:

  • Case width: 41 mm
  • Chronograph function:
    • Column-Wheel chronograph movement.
    • Large central seconds counter hand.
    • 30 minute sub-dial counter located at the 3 o’clock position.
    • 12 hour sub-dial counter located at the 9 o’clock position.
  • AP Caliber 2385
  • Jewels: 37 Jewels
  • Power reserve: 40 hours.
  • Water resistance: 50 m



Patek Philippe Complication

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As pioneers in innovative complications such as the perpetual calendar, chronograph, and minute repeater, Patek Philippe has always been a leader in the world of watch making. And without a doubt, this watch from their Men’s Complication Collection is nothing short of prestigious.


This Annual Calendar Chronograph is the perfect blend of sport and luxury. Made of steel, it’s versatile for both formal and casual wear. It’s play on contrasted colors such as its signature red numeral and hand give this watch a pleasing and eye catching aesthetic. And as a true Patek Philippe, it goes beyond style: its movements are an example of technical panache. With pristine precision, it keeps accurate and reliable time and dates on all apertures.


more tech specs:

  • Movement: Mechanical self-winding
  • Caliber: CH 28-520 IRM QA 24H
  • Annual Calendar
  • Chronograph
  • 60-minute and 12-hour mono counter
  • Apertures: Day, date and month
  • Bracelet: Steel with fold-over clasp
  • Case back: Sapphire-crystal case back
  • Water resistant: 30 m
  • Case diameter: 40.5 mm



Cartier Ballon Bleu

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Unique design elements, high-end materials, and versatile style — that’s what makes a Cartier a Cartier. By incorporating classic looks with a modern twist, this watchmaker has creating a simply stunning unisex watch: the Ballon Bleu.


True to the Cartier standard of luxe and ingenuity, this Ballon Bleu is stunning on the wrists of men and women alike. The elegant Roman Numerals lay a path that draw the eye to its gorgeous guilloché dial. The sleek white face is decorated with their signature blue sword hands to keep perfectly accurate time. The convex curves of this case sets this instrument apart as a modern and chic Cartier.


more tech specs:

  • Case Width: 36.2 mm
  • Movement: mechanical with automatic winding
  • Crown: fluted set with a synthetic spinel cabochon
  • Dial: silvered guilloché opaline
  • Cartier caliber 076.
  • Case back: sapphire crystal,
  • Bracelet: steel.
  • Water-resistant: 30 meters

Need some help with choosing which luxury watch is best for you? Check out our tips on how pick the perfect timepiece or other watch reviews, and let us help you find the most important accessory you’ll ever own.

Build Your Watch Collection: Big Pilot’s Watch Top Gun by IWC


It’s a great new flavor of a Big Pilot…

and it is still handsome as hell.

-Ariel Adams, A Blog to Watch





The Big Pilot’s Watch Top Gun is the largest IWC timepiece with self-winding movement.


It’s bold, black, and versatile in style. And whether or not you’re a fan of pilot watches, this IWC timepiece would do great things for any watch collection. And why are we so impressed with it here at Timepiece Perfect? To explain, here’s our review of this superb timepiece:



The innovative use of zirconium oxide and titanium is what sets apart Schaffhausen IWC from other luxury watch manufacturers. As one of the first brands in the industry to use those materials together, they have since then mastered the art of designing a watch that is impressive in both performance and design. The Big Pilot’s Watch Top Gun watch is a perfect example of their craftsmanship. Composed of a high-tech ceramic case and titanium crown, it’s obvious that it’s a true pilots watch. The strong, black nylon wears comfortably and durably.




Screen Shot 2015-03-20 at 5.50.24 PMThis IWC watch is black, sleek, and high-end in design. The size and structure itself makes this watch masculine and almost soldier-esc, like it should be worn on a military man (or a pilot, obviously). Even if you aren’t a fan of large watch faces, it’s hard not to want to wear this stunning timepiece. The impressive, bold face in 48 mm wide, is contrasted by white numerals and hands that makes for easy legibility. It also features a date display aperture, which sits at the third hour on the Big Pilot. You’d think that the nylon strap would make this timepiece look extremely sporty, but the watch and strap as a whole definitely have a touch of class. It’s certainly something that can be worn for daily wear. And because of it’s colors, it still works well with black suits when you’re feeling fancy.



All watches in the IWC Big Pilot’s Watch Collection drive a variety of remarkable complications.

  • Calibre 5111
    • IWC Pellaton Winding
    • automatic rotor
    • 7 day Power Reserve (when fully wound)
    • Glucydur® beryllium alloy balance with high-precision adjustment
    • Mechanical movement
  • Complications
    • high precision chronograph
    • date display aperture



  • Crown: Screw In
  • Breguet Spring
  • Power Reserve Display
  • soft-iron inner cage
  • Crown: titanium
  • Number of Jewel: 42
  • Strap: Black Nylon
  • Water resistance: 6 bar
  • Diameter: 48 mm
  • Case Height: 15 mm



Build your watch collection by finding your Big Pilot’s Watch Top Gun timepiece by IWC here.

Fashion Guidelines: How to Wear a Watch





After you’ve invested hours of research and spent hard-earned money on your luxury timepiece, it’s time for the best part: wearing it. Although owning a luxury watch can help you look more like a proper gentleman or classy lady, knowing how to wear it shows that you have proper etiquette and helps you get the most out of your watch. In order to wear it properly, here are some tips for wearing different types of luxury watches:


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A luxury sports watch has the exquisite design and high-performance functionality that makes it perfect for sporting experiences. Many are designed specifically for sports that involve diving, racing, and flying. They are generally worn because of their features, such as keeping time and measuring speed or depth. If a sports watch has a high-end and sleek design, it can be worn for some semi-formal engagements. However, a common fashion faux-pas is wearing a suit or very formal attire with a sports watch.


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It’s important to choose an everyday watch that fits the comfort and style you’re looking for. For this kind of watch, it’s not about the fancy features: it’s about simplistic and dynamic style. You want something that’s versatile for every outfit and occasion. For the strap, it’s best to go with a leather band in a thin, simple design. A neutral black or brown strap will make it great for daily wear, and a minimal watch face will match everything in your wardrobe.


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A dress watch is meant to complement and enhance your outfit for special events and occasions. It needs to be something that has a sleek, high end design fit for a gentleman or lady. If you choose a leather strap, pick a color that matches your dress, shoes, and belt. If you go with a metal band, make sure that everything from your tie pins to your cufflinks match your timepiece. For women, choose the watch bracelet that has the jewels and metals to match your formal jewelry set.

Once you decide on your sports watch, daily watch, and/or dress watch, you need to follow some more steps to wear it properly:


Choose Where it is Worn
Most people tend to wear their watch on the non-dominant hand, but the choice is totally up to you. Simply choose the wrist that feels most comfortable with a watch on.

Get it Sized
Every watch should be sized to fit you perfectly. This will ensure that it sits correctly  and stays on safely, without being too loose or too tight.

Check out more tips on how to choose the perfect watch here.

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