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    Watch and brecelet on same wrist?

    How many of you wear a bracelet on the same wrist as your watch? I have been seeing photos of this online and think it looks pretty cool. Obviously, you would want to choose your watch and bracelet correctly to make sure you don't damage either piece.

    I have been wearing a steel bracelet with my watch for the past couple days and I like it. I may add a leather bracelet to accompany my "wrist rig". Anyone into this look?

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    Re: Watch and brecelet on same wrist?

    Call me sad though I'd always wear a bracelet on the other wrist so as not to scratch my watch. I pretty much always wear a Kara on my other wrist.
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    Re: Watch and brecelet on same wrist?

    Wearing all that stuff on your wrist with a suit looks ridicules in my opinion. It's one thing if you like to dress up like Johnny Depp on the weekend but I wouldn't do that in the office.



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    Re: Watch and brecelet on same wrist?

    I'll say why not! If u not worry about ur watch. Do what u like. Be free. I am not totally into it but occasionally yeah even in office. Well...I am in creative field.
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    Re: Watch and brecelet on same wrist?

    I have a sterling silver figaro bracelet my mom bought me, sadly I rarely wear it at all. Were I too, I would probably choose my tungsten carbide watch.

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    Re: Watch and brecelet on same wrist?

    Sure...why not? The ladies do it all the time. You will have to get used to more minor scratches on both pieces is all.
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    Re: Watch and brecelet on same wrist?

    Do it all the time, scratches don't concern me really, watch is going to get scratched anyway as well as the bracelet.

    Actually check that...there is one exception, when a wear my black IP cased watches, although somewhat tough to scratch it would annoy me to see stainless peeking out through a deep scratch.

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    Re: Watch and brecelet on same wrist?

    I don't wear... bracelets
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    Re: Watch and brecelet on same wrist?

    I think it is absolutely fine if you are a lady.
    Gentlemen and bracelets is for me personally a no no.

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    Re: Watch and brecelet on same wrist?

    I am a minimalist when it comes to arm adornments, just watch and wedding rig.
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