Considering it’s the 21st century, this wouldn’t be a watch guide if we didn’t add a smartwatch. So long as your notifications don’t start firing off during meetings, then a smartwatch, like the Apple Watch or styles in the link below, can pass for an everyday watch, too. But nothing more than that.
A watch shouldn’t clash with everything else you’re wearing, it should accentuate it, so if you have a knack for styling outfits, then go for the bolder more colourful bands, in addition to the classic leather and metal options which are always safe.
When it comes time for a special occasion like first date or a wedding, you will want to make sure your timepiece stands out. Typically, the simpler the watch the dressier the look. But you don’t have to rock a Rolex to master the ensemble. Instead, go for a watch that best mimics its sophisticated style. That means a medium-sized face with minimal detailing (like a dial and designer name), masculine numbers (like roman numerals), and an overall elegant aesthetic in a classic gold or silver tone (like the styles in the link below).