They say 'clothes make the man'. So when getting married, it is important to look good, and this includes the jewellery you wear. Years from now, when you're looking back at your wedding photos, hopefully, you'll be drawn to the sparkle of a stylish watch on your wrist. So, which watch should you go for? Should it go with your suit or match the theme of your wedding day?
Before you go hunting for a new watch, there are a few pointers to bear in mind.
Make sure your watch matches the rest of your outfit.
Find a watch that matches the bride's jewellery, coordinated by colour or make. What better way to show how in sync you are as a couple?
Avoid a watch with unfamiliar or uncontrollable gadgets. You don't want it going off as the vicar's coming up to the 'I do's'.
If you want to come across as suave and charming at your wedding, then your watch should be equally sophisticated. You want a watch that says, "This is a man who is meticulous about his appearance." Rolex watches are the best way to go about this, including the Rolex Sea-Dweller 1965 - if you're striving for individuality, you will easily stand out with this exceedingly rare watch. If you want a watch that matches a white wedding, you should consider something similar to the Rolex Daytona Steel. Another brand that offers an air of sophistication is Audemars Piguet. Audemars Piguet watches combine vintage and contemporary styles with stunning results.
Maybe you want a watch that demonstrates you are one of those people who will grab life with both hands and never let go. Every day is a new adventure for you, and your wedding will be the greatest adventure of all. So go out on that adventure with the vast range offered to you by Vacheron Constantin, with notable watches including the Vacheron Constantin Patrimony or the Overseas Gents.
If you have a taste for the old-fashioned and are considering having a vintage-style wedding, then the best watch for you is a pocket watch. As in the old times, pocket watches are not worn on the wrist, but on the waistcoat via a chain. Wearing it with a tweed jacket is a dapper way to bring about the next chapter of your life. Some pocket watches you could consider include the Full Hunter Quarter Repeater Gold Pocket Watch and the Waltham Full Hunter Pocket Watch.
You've probably heard the ancient expression before, "Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue". So many vintage watches like a pocket watch can easily offer up Something Old, and there is no end of luxury watches available for Something New - with one of the best being Patek Phillippe watches (the Nautilus Steel is a highlight). If you're looking for Something Blue, look out for the Omega Seamaster Steel complete with blue dial. You really cannot go wrong with the wide selection offered by Watch Centre!
Hopefully, you will have a better idea of what you are looking for in a watch now. Visit Watch Centre today to find the perfect match for your wedding day.