Statement Watches for Men

male watches

by Sharon Maher on April 28, 2014

in Fashion, Male

Statement watches for men seem to be getting even bigger by the minute, and they are not just timepieces any more but attention grabbing statements on a male wrist.

Men often wear them like a badge today to make an instant fashion statement. With watches no longer being just a timepiece, but a fashion item, the bigger the better to make a real male power statement. Does anyone actually need to wear a watch if they have a mobile phone.


Here I have chosen two statement watches which I think will be make fabulous presents for your loved one without completely breaking the bank; The Brushed Steel 351 Series wristwatch is from the Uniform Wares collection. You can spot the Uniform Wares’ 351 Series watches  by their signature wide, PVD-coated and coloured ceramic set bezels. This watch effortlessly combines a fabulous contemporary design with traditional features –  an elegant timepiece to stand the test of time.

My other choice is this Satin-brushed PVD Rose Gold 302 Series chronograph wristwatch from the same Uniform Wares collection, designed to echo utilitarian beauty. It has a vertically brushed brown-plated dial offset by mirror appliqués; Swiss-made 23-jewel movement; aluminium cool grey hands; seven indications: three hands for standard time in hours, minutes and seconds; three hands for split chronograph functions; a date aperture window, and with its scratch-resistant sapphire glass lens and black premium calf leather strap it is the perfect statement watch for any male wrist.

Remember it is not a timepiece but more a male badge.

 

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Sharon Maher is a wedding and party planner, event venue stylist and also writes the blogs Norah Sleep Wedding Style, Norah Sleep Living Style and My Wedding Marquee about weddings, food, fashion, style and things that inspire her in life. Find her on Facebook, Google+, Twitter, and Pinterest.

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