7 Dinner Watches That Go Perfect With a Tux

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Nothing says class half as much as a man who checks his wrist, as opposed to his pocket, for the time during a formal event. When it comes to the timepiece that adorns his wrist, a gentleman knows there is a time and a place for flash, as well as a time and a place for substance. In addition to that, he knows he is the main attraction at any formal event requiring a tuxedo; he is unwaveringly confident in wearing his watch, as opposed to having his watch wear him. Here, we show you a few of our favourite dinner watches that are ideal for wearing with a black tux. 
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Omega De Ville Prestige Co-Axial

The  Omega De Ville Prestige Power Reserve Co-Axial is a stainless steel watch that comes in different dial and band combinations to not only fit your tux style, but to suit the occasion as well. The simple, yet elegant design features a power reserve complication and an indicator on the face of the watch.
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Patek Philippe Calatrava

Bridging the gap between the old and new age gentleman is Patek Philippe’s Calatrava. With the hobnail-patterned bezel adding the right amount of character to the sophisticated and stylish timepiece, it is no wonder the Calatrava model lives on.
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Ballon Bleu De Cartier

The self-proclaimed ‘pioneer in watchmaking’ does not disappoint with the steel cased  Ballon Bleu De Cartier timepiece. Matching exquisitely with any tuxedo, the sapphire coloured orb adds that little extra something to the overall clean style of the watch.
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Jaeger-LeCoultre Geophysic True Second

One does not have to look any further than their Geophysic models to take note of how daring and bold Jaeger-LeCoultre timepieces are. However, the brand also continues to cater to the gentleman that prefers his wristwatch to have a low key but stylish air. For that man, the brand’s Geophysic True Second timepiece in pink gold and stainless steel is the answer.
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Vacheron Constantin Patrimony

Another gallantly daring watch maker is Vacheron Constantin. For newer fans of the brand’s out-of-the-box watch collection, it may come as a surprise that a simple dinner watch exists amongst this brand:  Patrimony. Patrimony is a breathtakingly simple watch with an exquisite beauty in its carefully crafted details.
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Chopard L.U.C. XP

This one's for the man that outshines even the flashiest of watches, for the man that oozes style in his sleep, and for the man that commands attention with his confidence and effortless style. Chopard’s L.U.C. XP Skeletec is the perfect dinner watch for him. Promising a subtle and understated elegance fit for a formal event all the while catering to the personality of the man wearing it. Still want to opt for a typical dinner watch feel within the brand? The Chopard L.U.C Classic XP is the way to go.
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Girard-Perregaux 1966

Girard-Perregaux’s commitment to timepiece perfection is notable in the fruits of the brand’s labour, especially when it comes to the perfection of the  Girard-Perregaux 1966. For instance, the 1966’s rose gold model stands out as a fitting dinner watch for any black tie event. This watch, paired with a tux, is all the elegance one needs for a formal event. 

With these elegant dinner watches in your timepiece arsenal, you are well equipped for any black tie event.

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