Pairs Well With: Stowa Partitio White


The Stowa Partitio is one of those sleeper watches that, once taken in fully and appreciated, is easy to become obsessed with. It’s easy to ignore or forget about it amidst Stowa’s other, more well know watches. The Antea in particular is such a fine example of an early 30’s German design that it takes the spotlight. Well, the Partitio is no less gorgeous, but much more subtle and soft spoken. It’s a vintage styled three-hander with a classic design that hints at WWII field watches, but is more refined for formal wear. It rides the line between casual and dress making it suitable for all occasions, and has a quiet charm that makes it irresistible. At about $700 (w/o VAT) it’s a good value too. There are two colors and two movements to choose from, but for my money, I would go for the white dial with manual ETA 2801 movement, for that vintage feel.

Today’s PWW plays off of the reserved style of the Partitio, with some fall/winter clothes that are ready for the office, or a night out in Berlin.


1. Stowa Partitio White Manual


2. Wide Rib Cashmere Hat in Navy by J. Crew

jcrew_hat3. Harris Wharf Tweed Overcoat


4. Kent Wang White Poplin Shirt


5. Uniqlo Ultra Light Down Compact Vest in Grey


6. Dusk Blue Fleck Donegal Wool +  Cashmere Trousers by Brooklyn Tailors


7. Red Wing Postman Oxfords


Pairing by Ilya Ryvin, Words by Zach Weiss

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Ilya is Worn & Wound's Managing Editor and Video Producer. He believes that when it comes to watches, quality, simplicity and functionality are king. This may very well explain his love for German and military-inspired watches. In addition to watches, Ilya brings an encyclopedic knowledge of leather, denim and all things related to menswear.