You may have heard that you only should wear your watch on your left hand, however this is completely wrong. Wear it on whatever wrist you want it on. It doesn’t matter, it’s completely up to you. But, a rule of thumb is to wear it opposite of your prominent hand (wear it on the left, if you’re a righty and vice versa).
Think about it like shoes, you’re not going to wear your basketball kicks to your first date or leather patent shoes as your everyday shoe. It’s the same with watches. Don’t wear a G-Shock with an expensive suit, make sure you have a watch for all types of occasions. But I’m not telling you to break your bank and buy expensive watches. What I would do? Invest in Vincero watches.
You could only buy 2 or 3 watches from Vincero and you should be set for any occasion. Not to mention, the quality and craftsmanship that goes into these watches is impeccable. They easily look like you spent $700 on a watch, but in reality you only paid a fraction of it. You can even get it cheaper if you use code “TMF” at checkout.
Not on it or not after it. You don’t want it to disrupt your range of motion. I seen guys wear watches on the wrist bone and by the end of the day, their hand gets sore and it obviously reduces the mobility in your wrist.
Don’t wear a watch that looks like it’s about to fall off your wrist. It just makes you look like a amateur who just bought a watch and didn’t know you had to get it properly fitted. That’s why I love leather band watches so much because they’re adjustable, if you end up getting a metal bracelet, you need to go to some sort of jewelry shop where they are going to properly fit it on your wrist.
A couple years ago they was this horrible trend of oversized watches. Just like clothing, you want your watch to fit you right. On average, a man’s watch face should go from 35mm to 42mm. Anything smaller, is more feminine, anything bigger is just too overpowering.