Certified Watch Store Recognizes Impact of Men’s Watches on Fashion Trends

Certified Watch Store experts with over 10 years in the jewelry and watch industry examine how fashion forward mens watches can accentuate an outfit.

New York, United States - May 12, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Certified Watch Store, a New York-based business with staff boasting more than 10 years in the jewelry and watch industry, has been analyzing the impact of men’s watches on current fashion trends while stressing how glamorous timepieces accentuate an outfit. According to Certified representatives, while most men know not to wear a dive watch with a suit or a dress watch to the beach, it’s more the question of matching that gentlemen are sometimes confused about.

“One can argue that matching a watch to an outfit comes down to the band or strap, but there are a few other contributing factors that should really be taken into consideration,” states a senior company spokesperson for Certified Watch Store. “For obvious reasons, when there’s a small selection of watches to choose from, a gentleman can’t be quite as particular about making sure it coincides with the outfit he chooses – but there are still some basic considerations that can help ensure the watch-outfit combination looks spot-on.”

Based on the latest fashion trends analyzed by Certified Watch Store reps, the first rule of thumb when it comes to watches is always “less is more” – unless one is trying to steer attention to the wrist, a watch should be considered an extension of the outfit, with the goal being to enhance the ensemble rather than stand apart from it. No matter the retail price, say Certified Watch Store personnel, a watch should enhance and complete a gentleman’s outfit harmoniously.

Further, in understanding that less is more with watches, Certified representatives also stress that men need to first determine their interest level in watches – thinking about such factors as how often to wear a watch, what types of social gatherings the watch will be worn for, etc. – and then create a versatile “base collection” of watches to suit different occasions. In so doing, a proper match between a watch and the attire chosen will elevate the look and prove that the discerning gentleman pays attention to detail.

Certified Watch Store specializes in the sale of designer and luxury watches at discounted prices, its owners and operators priding themselves on their ability to source and deliver authentic watches and luxury goods at phenomenal prices.

Every product sold by Certified Watch Store comes with a two-year warranty and includes all packaging, papers and manuals. The mens watch collection can be found here: https://www.certifiedwatchstore.com/watches/mens-watches.html

Contact Info:
Name: Press Department
Organization: Certified Watch Store
Address: 580 5th Avenue Suite 721, New York, NY 10036, United States
Phone: +1-866-735-9116

For more information, please visit https://www.certifiedwatchstore.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 344093

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