Nobody likes to have accessories that attract more attention than they should. A watch is an item that represents the personality of the person who holds it. With that, when choosing a model, some care must be taken so that there is no discrepancy between how to be and dress. See below some tips for doing it right when buying a watch.
Combination with clothes
Watches must match the type of clothing and the environment in which they will be worn. There is no point in spending a lot of money for Rolex Datejust and parading with him on the beach wearing a T-shirt and shorts. Likewise, you cannot wear a Casio watch model wearing a suit and tie at a more luxurious party. Sports watches often have rubber bands and match t-shirts, shorts, jeans and a more casual sports shirt. They usually have metal or leather bracelets and need more formal clothing, such as suits and social clothing. If you dress more formally during the week to work, for example, and at the weekend wear a more blank appearance, you must remember, not only has one model but two that fit each style.
Just like shoes, watches must also be purchased according to your body size. People who are very thin don’t have to buy a model with a very wide strap and with a large dial. By doing this, the watch will appear more than the person himself. Therefore, thin people must give preference to a watch with a softer bracelet and a smaller appearance. It’s also good not to let the bracelet loose. He must attach the accessory firmly to your wrist. People who are big and strong should not choose a watch that is too small. For this, stronger watches are best suited.
Many people have the idea of buying a watch more expensive than they can, to just try to show themselves with a higher status. Buying a very expensive accessory just for “sports” can make you pay for the monkey. Buy one that fits your budget. Look for the best quality in this price range. Don’t try to show something that isn’t you.
Design or Quality
Because of its high value, people must be aware of the quality of the items purchased. Well-designed Swiss watches with quality materials will make this investment valuable. And in addition, this makes the watch a durable item, which can be used for generations.
The metal bracelets are versatile and durable. Prefer the silvers that match a wider range of garments. The more modern watches already have titanium bracelets, which are lighter and stronger. Choosing a titanium bracelet still has the advantage of having no corrosion problems. The rubberized ones are mainly used by sports watches. Depending on the model, you can use them on sports or casual occasions.
Chronometer, perpetual calendar, the lunar calendar and other functions, are called “complications” of the watch. It’s up to you to choose whether these extra features are for you. Sports watches usually have more specific functions such as heart rate meter, depth indicator among others.
Now you got enough knowledge. Just start shopping!