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The dial of your watch should be white because it’ll match perfectly with everything you could possibly throw at it.
Black, blue, skeleton or other dials won’t match as well or will come off as too sporty or gaudy.
I just think of all the sleezy salesman guys wearing their Movado watches at the bar after work – bleh.
Before I get into the exact watches you should own, let me first answer the most common questions I get from clients, readers and viewers about watches: Suit = Dress Watch – you should never, ever wear a diving/chronograph/sport watch or anything but a leather or other hide strap with a suit.
As for the size of the case, that’ll depend on your preference and what looks best on you, but a classic dress watch is supposed to be very thin and small (sub 40MM, usually), but I’m a little new school in this regard and don’t mind a taller or larger case, something like the 44mm IWC cases is fine, but right on the edge, for me.
Honestly, go smaller if you have a small wrist, and bigger, if you have a wider wrist.
It drives me crazy when I see metal bracelets or nato straps with suits because they’re so casual in nature and they take away from the formality of a suit. Business Casual or casual outfits – Dress watch or Sport watch with a metal bracelet, leather/nato/rubber band.
You can also wear a dress watch with them, but it depends on how “polished” your casual outfit is.A lot of my clients who are into watches own usually double or triple that amount, but we’re talking about the barest of essentials right now and anything else would be a speciality or just not used as much. Your black leather strapped watch should have the following features: You want a silver case because, just like with the hardware on your belts, it’ll match with everything.