BLACKED OUTIf you’re looking to update your wrist wear next season, then why not try rocking the sleekest watch trend and go blacked out. Black on black is a watch trend nobody can argue with; it’s understated, sporty, strong, the perfect accessory for any occasion, and will complete any outfit.

The Black Bracelet

In my opinion this is the best option to go for, finding a black strap is easy but a black bracelet is cool and unique. The bracelets tend to be either steel or titanium which are both incredibly hardwearing, the latter also being lightweight and strong. To get the black finish brands use an brushed ion-plating which gives it that sexy matte look. Go big and sporty like the Armani Exchange and Fossil models; or keep it clean with 88 Rue Du Rhone and Skagen.

The Leather Strap

Go for the understated look with a black leather strap and black dial. A simple black dial with minimal markers will do the trick for the office; if you want to add something a little extra go for a larger dial with a chronograph movement like the Links of London men’s watch. To push the boat out even further, go for a skeleton dial like the Rotary model, allowing you to look into the workings of the movement; the rose gold roman numerals give it that classic feel.

The Rubber Strap

If you want a super sporty look go for a rubber or silicon strap like the sleek and suave TTI watch above by Oris, inspired by the Formula One team Williams perfect for the motor sport fan who likes practicality and style. Alternatively you could go for something that doesn’t dent the pocket as much like the models from Ice Watch, or add a hint of gold to a silicon bracelet with a Michael Kors.

The beauty of these watches is oversized or small, sporty of understated; you’ll still look just as chic from day to night with the blacked out watch trend.

Will you be giving the black on black trend a try?

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