When setting out to buy a new item for your wardrobe, it’s important to weigh the versatility. Garments and accessories that can be dressed up and dressed down, depending on the occasion and your own personal style, are often your best long-term value proposition. Take a blazer from a new suit, pair it with some washed-out jeans, throw a pilot’s watch on and some new trainers, and you’ve created an entirely new look from “found” pieces. Mixing and matching is not only a smart move, it’s a stylish one. Here are pieces that bridge the gap, fitting in at every point of your personal style.
Oris Big Crown ProPilot Calibre 111
Landing in the sweet spot between tastefully adorned and functionally designed, the Oris Big Crown ProPilot easily transitions from the everyday working world to the semi-formal event. In other words, it’s a watch for all occasions. And, we should note, the pilot watch runs on Oris’s in-house Calibre 111 movement, features a 10-day power reserve, an anti-reflective coated sapphire crystal, and 10-bar water resistance. This is the all-around timepiece that fits into every part of your wardrobe.
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