Monday, October 26

Latest Trends in Watches 2010

Why right original content when you can just repost somthing good someone else wrote? It's like in school when you get the smart kid to do your book report for you and take all the credit...only we're not taking the credit for it. This is from, where they discuss recent trends in men's watches. We're shortened it to it's most important parts and reposted it here. Enjoy:

As the only piece of jewelry a man should wear (except a wedding ring), a first-rate watch commands power and gives your wardrobe a classy spin. You already know that there's nothing like a white-faced men's watch with a black leather or stainless steel band. If a classic timepiece hasn't yet made its way into your fashion arsenal, then that should be next on your to-do list.

Leather seems to be a mainstay of the fashion world. One of the hottest looks out there today for guys is a wide leather wristband, and that style has seeped into the watch market. Like this Diesel watch, whose band is a brown leather cuff. It's simple and stylish thanks to its white, minimalist face and steel bar detail. Wearing this watch with a pair of jeans for a casual night out will look great. The second option combines a leather watchstrap with a leather wristband. In stark contrast to the first watch, this timepiece's effect comes from the busy face, more prominent numbers, and double watchstrap. This timepiece is a great way to complete an evening look for a night at the hottest club in town.

One of today's popular watches features a face covered by a steel flap, adding an element of originality to your timepiece.Whether you choose a stainless steel or leather strap, this style is a sure-fire way to hide your true intentions. Since it's more of a gimmick than a power accessory, you might want to stick to your executive style watch for the office.

Some modern-looking watches stray from convention thanks to their face shape and time display. This digital watch tells time from top to bottom rather than clockwise. In addition, a tan strap gives a timepiece a more casual appearance, while the face's shape and style lend a modern, minimalist appeal. This is the perfect watch for your business casual attire, especially when wearing a stylish button-down shirt, flat-front pants and a sports jacket.

If you're looking for a more conservative look that blends class and cool, then a steel watch with a mesh band, likethis one by Kenneth Cole, is the perfect solution. A mesh strap is a good way to show your penchant for style without going overboard, and makes this timepiece a nice alternative to your regular business watch.

Bright, multicolored, nylon straps are popping up on watches everywhere, and make for a great sporty look to add to your jeans and T-shirt, or track pants and sweatshirt. Whether the strap is Velcro, nylon or terry cloth (like a sweatband), a multicolored strap adds a risqu detail to your timepiece, as do the colors in the watch face. This watch is particularly casual and should not be part of your business attire.