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Mix Up Your Metals

Mixing metals can bring an entirely new aesthetic to the model, and using both a rich toned yellow or rose contrasting against a stark white gold or steel will make for a very interesting watch indeed. We have highlighted some of our favourite mixed metal pieces for those looking for something stylish and versatile.
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All in good time: the birth of the dress watch Calibre Online
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All in good time: the birth of the dress watch

When you consider the defining characteristics of a dress watch – thin, elegant, simple, yet timelessly classic in application – it’s perhaps no surprise that this family of timepieces can trace its origins back to the development of trouser and waistcoat pockets. Men’s tailoring was focused on elaborate personal expressions of opulence, and Regency dandies such as Beau Brummell required a slimmer profile to their pocket watches to eradicate any unsightly bulges or distortions in their apparel.
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