Get This Distinctive & Affordable Limited Edition Dress Watch While You Can
Continuing its push to revive its illustrious history of making watches, Zodiac has released a new timepiece, the Olympos, a reissue of a funky dress watch originally launched in 1961. In bringing the watch back, Zodiac did not stray far from the original formula. At 37.7mm in diameter and just 11mm thick, it’s decidedly small for a contemporary automatic watch, but very close to the dimensions of the original piece.
While the full Olympos collection is available June 1 in a variety of dial designs, the stand-out in the bunch is the “Mystery Dial” limited edition. The Mystery Dial is an oft-forgotten design element from the mid-20th century and features an hour hand that appears as though it floats around the dial, detached from the center of the watch. It pairs particularly well with the distinct, manta-ray-shaped case design. Together they give the Olympos a dose of personality few other dress watches can compete with.
The watch comes packing a Swiss-made STP 3-13 automatic movement and is water-resistant to 50 meters. Given the automatic movement inside and the incredible level of detail outside the watch, it’s a wonder that you can pick it up for under a grand.
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Allen Edmonds Madison Park Wingtip
Save 35%: Dress shoes aren’t an every-season purchase and as such, you should invest in a well-made timeless style. Cap toe shoes are a classic choice, but if you’re looking for something a little more ornate, consider a wingtip. With decorative broguing, they are more visually interesting than their smooth counterparts. A solid American-made option offered by Allen Edmonds is called the Madison Park Wingtip. Available in brown and black colorways, it is now 35 percent off at Nordstrom. That means you can pick up a classy professional shoe for under $250. — John Zientek
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Save 63%: Every guy should own a well-fitting navy suit for professional engagements. Its one of the most versatile suits you can own, working well for business, weddings and nice dinners on the town. John Varvatos offers a great two-piece wool suit with a two-button jacket and slim-fit trousers. Varvatos knows a thing or two about classic menswear: before starting his eponymous label in 2000, he worked for Ralph Lauren has the head of design for the men’s group. A driving force in American menswear, Varvatos balances timeless silhouettes and tailoring with a distinct point of view.
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