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    Re: Watch style based on occupation

    Quote Originally Posted by rfortson View Post
    But not matching straps to outfit? What kind of monster are you? There ARE limits!
    Black and stainless go with everything.
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    Re: Watch style based on occupation

    Quote Originally Posted by rfortson View Post
    Friday is Aloha shirt day here. But I could see it everyday and be fine with it.

    But not matching straps to outfit? What kind of monster are you? There ARE limits!

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    This kind: (I guess the watch, strap, and shoes kind of match.)


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    Re: Watch style based on occupation

    Quote Originally Posted by Weetabix View Post
    This kind: (I guess the watch, strap, and shoes kind of match.)


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    That totally matches! If you get enough colors in your NATO and your Hawaiian shirt, they will always match.

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    Re: Watch style based on occupation

    Quote Originally Posted by Bradjhomes View Post
    I could wear any watch at work and no one would bat an eyelid.
    I am in management at a Fortune 5 and in the corporate offices. Have a lot of interaction with senior management. I can count on two hands how many times someone noticed my watch.

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    Re: Watch style based on occupation

    If your profession is a circus clown, perhaps this Frank Muller would be appropriate:

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    All Chronographs except one! Vulcain Nautique 1st Swiss/1967 * Seiko 5 SpeedTimer 1st Auto Chrono, from Tokyo Ginza/1969 * Handful of Seiko Quartz Chronos *Heuer Re-issue 1963 Pre-TAG Carrera * TAG Heuer "Carrera" Chrono * Omega "Speedmaster" 7751 * Baume & Mercier Formula S * Zenith "El Primero" HW * Mühle Glashütte Nautische * Sinn 903ST “Navitimer” * Techné SparrowHawk II * Alpina Startimer Big-Date * Zodiac Sea Dragon * (2) Victorinox "Infantry Vintage" (Silver/Green) * Junkers "G38" * Hamilton Pioneer Khaki * Bulova Marine Star Chrono/Diver * Breitling Chronospace * Dan Henry "1939" * Fortuna chrono * Delbana "Silverstone" * Ball Fireman "Storm Chaser" * William L. chrono * Junghans Meister Telemeter Chronoscope * Guinand Duograph * (Red = Given away to relative)

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    Re: Watch style based on occupation

    Quote Originally Posted by Squirrelly View Post
    If your profession is a circus clown, perhaps this Frank Muller would be appropriate:

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    Whoaaa - 1, 4, 7 and 10 are in the right place.

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    Re: Watch style based on occupation

    Freelance Photographer / Technical Communicator.
    Watch style: artsy...like a Nomos.
    i wore a Casio GShock to a shoot once and the art director/client laughed and said "aren't you supposed to be into watches and design?"
    ouch.
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    Re: Watch style based on occupation

    I would certainly not overdress your occupation. The last thing you want is a superior wonder why you are getting paid such a generous amount to afford fine timepieces. Same for when investors visit or visiting clients.
    Too many watches. It's an addiction.

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