Always stick with a quality watch and keep it conservative. Stay away from flashy, over-the-top watches. If you are in a meeting or going to an interview the last thing you need is your watch taking center stage and harming your credibility.
While sports watches are perfectly fine for a casual day out or a night on the town, it may not be the best choice for your business meeting or interview.
The next thing to take into consideration is the size of the watch. For a polished, conservative look, you should choose a watch that is 37 to 42 mm and a diameter that is under 15mm thick. Make sure the color works well with your clothing and accessories.
• You should wear a brown belt if your watch band is brown.
• If your watch band is black or a silver bracelet design, wear a black belt.
• Wear a buckle with gold tones if your watch has gold tones.
• Lastly, if your watch has a blue dial, wear a blue suit.
If you are interviewing for a prestigious position as an executive, choose a classic watch such as the Classic Archer. The general idea, your fashion statement should reflect that you will fit in perfectly with the company position!