What is the best watch to wear with a suit?

Put on your best suit? Think about the watch you wear on your wrist. There is nothing like having the perfect watches to complete the look more subtly.

While many of us are still working from home during the pandemic, some of us still have to go to the office, while others attend or host board meetings via Zoom. Eventually, we too will return to the new normal. That means putting on your best suit and putting your best feet — or wrists — forward. Fortunately, no matter what price category your budget can afford, there are plenty of great watches that will perfectly complement your suit.

Ulysse Nardin Executive Dual Time
For a watch that exudes masculinity and taste, this 18-karat rose gold Ulysse Nardin Executive Dual Time is the perfect watch. The rectangular geometry within the circular dial gives the watch an artistic flair, and it also provides the time and date in two zones. Powered by the UN-24 in-house self-winding movement, this 42mm watch features a sapphire caseback for viewing the exquisite movement. It’s an insider’s watch, which means that only someone who really knows the watch can tell at a glance that you’re wearing a leading brand.

Audemars Piguet Automatic Chronograph Audemars Piguet Code 11.59
Considered one of the best brands in the serious watch collection, Audemars Piguet is known for its Royal Oak and Royal Oak Offshore watches. However, its Code 11:59, designed by Audemars Piguet, quickly attracted attention due to its very large dial and non-existent bezel. This self-winding chronograph is powered by an automatic movement with a power reserve of 70 hours. Even though it has a chrono function (for timing events), it’s still king on the wrist under any suit. It is crafted in 18-karat white and rose gold and has a black alligator leather strap.

Patek Philippe Nautilus
A true holy grail brand, Patek Philippe is the epitome of what watch collectors desire. At first glance, this much-loved Nautilus watch (especially in 18-karat solid rose gold) looks sporty, but makes a statement even under a suit. This 40.5mm watch is powered by an in-house automatic movement with a 45-hour power reserve, date and chronograph functions. It’s a win-win watch, but be aware that there’s a waiting list for anything from Patek Philippe, especially the Nautilus.

Ferdinand Berthoud FB 2RS.2
Let’s face it, once you’re in the category where you can afford a timepiece for $100,000 or more, you can afford something over $200,000. Why not make it a truly unique watch like this Ferdinand Berthoud FB 2RS.2 watch. As a master of creating constant-force mechanisms through a fusée-and-chain transmission, Ferdinand Berthoud ensures that the entire power reserve of the watch remains precise at all times. This watch is also equipped with a tourbillon escapement to ensure greater precision. It is a COSC certified chronometer.

oriental contemporary
A fine Milanese mesh bracelet with stainless steel and gold-tone hands and markers makes this Orient Contemporary watch a great contender for those just starting their careers. It has a modern yet classic feel, and the white dial lets you quickly read the time (and date) on your wrist, so your boss doesn’t think you want to quit meetings. This 40mm watch even features an automatic movement with a 40-hour power reserve.

Hamilton American Classic Intra-Matic Automatic
This Hamilton American Classic Intra-Matic Automatic watch is exactly what its name suggests: with a touch of true American classics and modern urban chic. The striking gradient grey dial starts out in the center and then extends in a sunburst pattern, darkening at the edges of the dial. With the 6:00 date aperture, you’re sure to never miss a meeting. The 42mm stainless steel case is powered by a Swiss-made ETA self-winding movement with a power reserve of 42 hours.

Tutima Flieger Classic Automatic
An unlikely candidate as it is a Flieger pilot inspired watch, this Tutima Flieger Classic Automatic is a great choice. While 43mm might be a bit large, the striking blue dial and the watch’s knurled bezel are definitely a headache. It offers day and date indication to help you stay on track, and is powered by the Tutima 330 automatic movement with a 38-hour power reserve. A steel bracelet instead of a watch strap takes it up a notch in the “dressing” department. fake watches for sale

Frédérique Constant Classic Hybrid Manufacture
Working for a tech-oriented company, but not someone like a smartwatch? Consider this excellent hybrid watch from Frédérique Constant. The Classic Hybrid Manufacture timepiece features an automatically connected movement (Calibre FC-750), manufactured in-house in the brand’s Swiss Manufacture. The blue dial features a meticulous Parisian guilloché pattern that complements the rose gold-plated stainless steel case (pardon the pun). The watch offers many functions due to its connectivity. Plus, it won’t break the bank.

Omega Co-Axial Master Chronometer Seamaster Aqua Terra 150M
This is where you start thinking about a more serious watch, and there’s nothing quite like the Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra 150M Co-Axial Master Chronometer. Crafted in stainless steel, it features a rose gold bezel and a textured one-piece black rubber strap for a sporty chic look. But the 41mm watch isn’t too big to fit under a shirt cuff, and it’s an eye stopper when looking out. It is powered by the Omega 8900 self-winding movement. It has observatory certification and is magnetically shielded.

Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Control Geographic
You can’t go wrong with a classic Jaeger-LeCoultre watch on your wrist, this Master Control Geographic watch will catch your eye, especially when you need every penny to know what time it is elsewhere . It provides a second time zone indicator and time in all 24 major time zones around the world. It also provides hours, minutes, date and central seconds. Crafted from stainless steel, this 40mm quality replica watches features a harmoniously balanced white sunray dial that provides all the information you need at a glance. It is powered by an automatic movement.