How To Match Your Watch To Your Style
Matching Your Watch To Your Style
Think about your own unique style. You agonise over the right shirts, appropriate ties and accoutrements that match your style of suit. But what of the apparently humble watch? A watch is a serious commitment in terms of matching your evolving style. Whilst the constant challenge of being on trend in an ever changing metropolis can be negotiated with changes in clothing and hair style, the watch remains the oft neglected element. Forge and Foster have risen to the challenge to guide you through the style matching considerations when it comes to timeless watches that will complement your style choices.
The Formal Watch: Key to the argument for dedicated watches is the fact that we need to remember that the watch is often the focal point of your chosen style. This is imperative when finding a watch dedicated to formal attire and function.
The Black Rose Gold @ £129:
Formal occasions place a specific demand that a formal watch must resonate with your formalwear. Whether it be a critical high end client facing function or a wedding, this watch perfectly captures the sophistication that you seek in this respect. The rose gold colour is a more than appropriate counterpoint to a tuxedo or wedding suit. The reserved nature of this watch in no way demeans its function in this style setting; a quality timepiece of this nature ensures absolute coverage of your style. You would not wear sandals to a formal occasion so why compromise on your watch selection? If you only feel the need to own one watch for use in multiple style settings then let it be this one.
The Casual Watch:
When we reference ‘casual’ as a style this can often encompass a variety of sub-styles. Whether it is a flannel suit for an informal function on a beach or an evening on the South Bank in an establishment of note, you want to look your best. Compromising on your style outside of the workplace is clearly a non-starter. With this in mind there are variations of design and function that need to be considered when selecting a watch for casual use. Many of us live busy, productive lives outside of the office. With this in mind your selection of watch for more relaxed environments can be a little bolder.
Colour is integral to your style.
We should note that a favoured colour by yourself is often the deciding factor when selecting your watch. Conversely, we must balance colour favour with the perception of people who see you wearing the watch. We offer a range of colours on existing watch designs. Our designs make a consistent statement about your style without adhering to ‘here today, gone tomorrow’ fads. Watches which employ highly overt designs and colour palettes will not compliment your style – they’ll smother it. We understand the balance that your watch needs.
Feel like exploring the range of colours that we offer? The watch range can be found here.
Consideration of the watch strap
When selecting a casual watch there is a degree of flexibility available to you with regards to strap type and colour. If you approve of the Matte Black then you could invest in its partner watch as an alternative depending on the specific nature of your style requirements. The simple act of owning the same watch case design with the option to have another with a mesh strap can have a lasting impact on the watches ability to be truly flexible to your style. We have watches to suit all occasions and social environments.
You can find our range here.