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For the longest time in the known history of the world, the time has been regarded as one of the most important and influential driving forces, and the device used to measure it, a watch was later invented to be on schedule. During the start, wrist watches were essentially thought to be a necessity. However, with the advent of technology and the inception of devices like mobile phones and digital watches, wrist watches have slowly been sidelined and shifted from the necessity category to a fashion statement. With a change in its purpose, the design language and functionality of wrist watches have seen a major change. There have been several innovations in this industry. This article further focuses on the few kinds of watches available in the market today for a better understanding on which you should buy.
● Suit your personality: While most buyers get confused between personality and style, both of these things are not the same. While style is what kind of apparel you like to wear and what kind of style statement you want to portray, personality has a lot to do with the kind of person you are. If you are an outgoing person who is very social and has a lot of places to be, you will be more suited to a flashy wristwatch or a smartwatch. Since you would have so much on your plate, a multitasking watch like the smartwatch will suit you very nicely. On the other hand, if you are more homely and are not thinking about a lot at once, a minimal watch would do just fine. Not only that, but a watch also shows where you want to be on the social ladder, which is why you will often see businessmen buying mechanical watches like Rolex breitling more than techies.
● Find your style: The first and foremost thing you should decide and figure out before finalizing on a watch is what kind of style statement you are going for. This decision is majorly subjective and essentially depends on what your likes and dislikes are. You might find expensive watches like Rolex 116520 appealing or a cheap Casio appealing. While many people like a more rugged and hefty watch, many others like a minimal and sleek looking timepiece. Irrespective of the price, you should start by
shortlisting a few of the watches you like at random. This will further make it clear to what kind of style and make you like. You can also refer to your closet and see what kind of clothes you wear. Since you will always match the watch with the outfit, you are wearing, finding what kind of style you like from your wardrobe can be a great idea.
● Find your wrist size: Although an obvious point, people often go wrong with this. Finding the perfect fit for your wrist is often not always possible (unless you are getting it fitted). Nevertheless, shops will help get the watch fitted to your wrist size; however, if you are making an online purchase, make sure to measure your wrist properly before you make the payment.