Watches

Understated and elegant—even the most affordable options look like a million bucks.

And check out our picks for leather-covered accessories, tribal silver pieces, and pavé jewelry.

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Such an archetype, it should come with a cardigan and a snifter of cognac.
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Impeccably designed and Swiss-made, with a dual time-zone function.
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We love the graphic schoolroom-clock feel (and day-date feature).
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A power version: immaculate lines crossed with an '80s-luxe gold finish.
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From an Italian fashion favorite, a very minimalist, European take.
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Practical, inexpensive, and lipstick red: a glamour girl's pick.
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Three sub-dials in a sleek, take-me-to-my-yacht package.
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Restrained and a bit contemporary, thanks to tactile edging on the bezel.
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An absolutely sophisticated timepiece that instantly smartens up a whole outfit.
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Edgy and substantial, like something a big-deal art director would wear.
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Stylish in a just-hinted-at way, with slender markers and a faux-croc strap.
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A dressy combination of a warm gold face and a subdued black band.

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