WATCHES TELLS EVERYTHING ABOUT YOUR FASHION
Everyone has different sense of fashion. Only oneself knows what to wear to highlight himself from everyone. You can look at a man and assess his beliefs and level of self-esteem with regard to some key aspects such as his haircut, the way he dresses, his walking style and what he wears in his wrist.
A recent study that was conducted indicated that the watch tells the truth of a man’s sense of style. The watch has stood the test of time and overshadowed other elements in a man that may be considered fashionable. Your watch tells other people who you are and what really matters to you. A man who wears watch brands that have a low cost communicates his frugality rather than his sense of style. On the other hand, a man who wears high end brands communicates that he is in it for the show and he is very serious when it comes to keeping time.
The best watch brands are worn by the elite. With these watches, they exude timelessness. Timelessness is a quality that can be described as something that never seems to get old and it is recognized by everyone due to its quality, design and ability to keep time over a long period. Some of these watch brands include the Rolex, IWC, Patek Philipe, Omega and the Cartier. The Rolex is a brand that is recognized globally due to its look and quality. Rolex has a competitive edge over other brands due to its mystique and secrecy. A man who wears a Rolex conveys masculinity, sophistication, style and ultimately success.
Here some watch styles that tells something about your styles!
Ironman Or Other Sports Watch
You wear running trainers, but the trainers that you actually run in, not fashionable ones reserved ‘for best’. You carry your work clothes in a backpack that you got free with your gym membership. Your desk is surrounded by a plastic shanty town of protein shakers and assorted tupperware. You wear a heart-rate monitor under your wrinkled shirt at all times, and compression socks under your trousers. You cycle to work and view your commute as a literal rat race.
You have left an indelible impression on your colleagues – of the outline of your manhood, clearly visible through your lycra shorts.
You wore shearling jackets before they became a key trend for autumn/winter. You cry during the film Memphis Belle. (Gets you every time.) You are not filled with horror at the prospect of a Top Gun sequel. You dream about being on a flight where the pilot has a heart attack and the stewardess asks if anybody can take the controls.
You wear a Belstaff jacket, or maybe a Barbour International. You religiously watch Formula One, including the qualifying. You cried at the film Le Mans, co-starring Steve McQueen and the TAG Heuer Monaco, because they were both just so beautiful. You applied to be a presenter on the new Top Gear, because you figured you may as well.
Classic Leather Strap
You wear tortoiseshell glasses made from actual tortoiseshell rather than acetate. You carry a leather document holder containing actual paper documents.
You drink Scottish rather than Japanese whisky, even though you know the latter is arguably better (single malt, obvs). You always leave the bottom button of your suit jacket undone, and you call your suit jacket a ‘coat’, as is the custom on Savile Row. You consider the term ‘tuxedo’ to be a frightful Americanism. You don’t wear brown in town, but if you did, you’d match your shoes to your watch strap. You have either fathered children or intend to father them in no small part so that you can foist your taste in watches upon them.