Watch trends of 2019
The watch market is constantly updating and evolving to meet the demands of its consumers. Do you like keeping up with the latest trends? If you find yourself regularly keeping up with the latest fashion trends then we have some recommendations in store for you when it comes to watch trends for 2019. While digital watches and smart watches remain popular, luxury timepieces are timeless works of craftsmanship.
Whether it was the diameter or the thickness of cases, there was certainly a general trend of restraint in the size of men’s timepieces this year.
Size isn’t everything even when it comes to watches and as we head into 2019 oversized watches are slowly coming out of fashion. Smaller case size models are becoming the height of the trend for both men and women for their retro and unique style refreshing change indeed.
Some fantastic ultra thin men’s models included the Bulgari Octo Roma, the Drive de Cartier Extra-Flat, and the Piaget Altiplano 60th Anniversary. What’s more, the new Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Control Date sported a reserved 39mm case size. Even more surprising was the pared down size of the Panerai Luminor Submersible 1950 3 Days Automatic coming in at 42mm—markedly modest in comparison to its original 47mm size.
Size isn’t everything even when it comes to watches and as we head into 2019 oversized watches are slowly coming out of fashion. Smaller case size models are becoming the height of the trend for both men and women for their retro and unique style.
With 2018 seeing a rise in demand for smartwatches as technology constantly advances and evolves, this 2019 watch brands are going back to basics and designing watches which are more traditional looking.
One of the biggest watch trends for 2018 is new models that are historically influenced by styles such as the Art Deco of the 20s and the angular lines of the 70s.
But it’s not just about appearances; people are looking for a way to remember the times when life was much simpler and slower, when watches were built to last and their sole purpose wasn’t for checking if you’re late for a meeting.
You can never go wrong with a minimal watch; the little details tend to stand out more! A minimal watch would be ideal for a bright outfit or statement accessory because it won’t take anything away from it. Sometimes simple is best!
These are some of the trends we singled out, but there are sure to be some more major changes in this transitional phase for the market in general, and luxury market ready for experiments and innovation.
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