A man without a watch is but a boy (his wrist is too small perhaps?)
You see all those men around you who look wonderful when they lift their hands to touch their chins?
Now you know why they always appeared so refined.
Long gone are the days when it was taboo for a man to accessorize. And don’t you dare quote me on this, but a man has got to go through a mental checklist for accessories before he leaves the bedroom.
A man needs a watch to do more than tell time. He needs it to tell everybody else that it's his time.
So, let’s get to it then.
The Do’s of accessorizing with that piece:
Don’t wear a watch with a face that is too big. Watch faces are measured in millimeters. Men’s watches average between 34mm-50mm, although they can be larger. You should never wear a watch bigger than 50mm, at most, but 34mm-40mm is standard and ideal for both men and women.
Decide on which wrist you want to wear your watch. There is no “correct” side. Choose the wrist that is most comfortable and where your watch won't get in the way of your movements. This is typically the non-dominant hand, as it might be uncomfortable to write with a watch under your wrist.
Wear your watch beside your wrist bone. Make sure that the face sits right next to the bone on the outside of the wrist (the ulna). When standing, little or none of your watch should be visible beneath your shirt cuff. When wearing a long-sleeved shirt, your watch should only be fully visible when your arm is bent. Never wear your watch on top of your shirt cuff.
Choose a go-to, everyday watch that can be worn with casual clothing. Your everyday watch should be neutral and durable, as it's meant to be worn throughout your daily activities, including work, casual social functions, and errands. Stainless steel is a popular choice as this makes for both neutral and sturdy watches, but options include basic watches made of all sorts of different materials, including plastic and rubber.
Wear a dress watch for business dress or business casual. This would be appropriate with something slightly more dressed up than khakis and a polo, such as a shirt and jacket. Dress watches are usually more plain and simple than formal watches, and generally won’t have the same level of adornment that formal watches can have.
Wear a pocket watch with a waistcoat. You should put the watch in the pocket that's most convenient to you, then loop the watch chain through the waistcoat's buttonhole and put the fob in the pocket on the other side. This will give you a subtle look of sophistication, while remaining functional.
Well, choose as good as this guy and you are sorted. I mean how can you go wrong with a brown, leather strap?
Let me hear what you think?