We’ve recently had a couple of really cold winter days here in New York City; the kind of bone-chilling weather where the wind whips at your face, your feet can’t ever seem to get warm, and you wouldn’t dare take a step outside your front door unless you were layered like an onion.
All Hallows Eve is almost upon us. Should you be the party going type, escorting your kids around the neighborhood or just hoping for free candy, you’ll need some sort of costume. And like any other PWW, the inspiration for our Halloween edition begins with a watch.
Finally, fall is approaching. This not only means that you can break out those 4mm thick leather straps, but also heavier and more interesting clothes. From boots, to light sweaters, jackets and heavier denim, the fall simply opens up so many options for style.
Vintage watches are all the rage. Whether authentically aged or designed to look it, vintage seems to be the go-to for the well dressed. As such, we’ve done quite a few Pairs Well Withs on watches that speak to a time cooler than our own. Well, enough is enough!
Summer is in full swing, and if you are like me, you are drawn to wearing vintage racing chronographs. Sporty, agile and fun, vintage chronos, whether by Heuer, Tudor, Hamilton, Seiko or others, have that playful spirit that defines a fun summer.
Well, it’s finally almost sort of here, Summer, as marked by Memorial Day. This much loved and awaited for long weekend is not only an official holiday of remembrance, it’s also the first time people light up their grills for the season (ok, if you’ve been following us on instagram, you know we started a couple of weeks ago).
Last week’s sudden heat wave had me walking around with my sleeves rolled up for the first time in months. As such, I’ve been able to show off a few pieces that have been hidden under cuffs for far too long. Unfortunately, what I’ve really been craving to wear is a watch that we reviewed and gave away some time ago, the Orient Bambino.
Our recent run-in with the green-dialed brass-cased Maranez Layan gave me an itch for all things bronze. Little did I know that I would be so susceptible to the warm and rugged charm of that soft yellow metal. What I found so appealing about it was that it brought color into the watch without being loud or adding anything precious.