Men’s Inspired Watches for Women

The lines between a man’s watch and a woman’s watch are beginning to blur, and rightly so. A delicate wristwatch has its place, but a watch with a bit of heft feels substantial and sexy.

Men’s styled watches are larger, less ornamented, sometimes more interesting. To be fair, most don’t scream a particular gender and look great on any wrist.

Pair yours with feminine bracelets and rings for a stylish, sophisticated look. Here are a few styles to get you started.

Rolex Submariner

One watchmaker reigns supreme when it comes to men’s watches for women — Rolex. There is something powerful and sophisticated about a Rolex timepiece, especially the men’s models. The Rolex Submariner Date boasts a distinctive green dial and signature Oystersteel case and bracelet.

At 40mm, it is highly functional and no-fuss and definitely a fun one to pair with soft outfits and accessories.

Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Self-winding

Although the design has a Royal Oaks version for women, this is just bigger and bolder. Larger than the women’s 41mm, you can spot the signature octagonal case style from a mile away.

Wear this model, with an 18-carat pink gold case, for a classic look that demands attention. It’s a modern classic that catches eyes and admirers from the get-go.

Hermès H08

We know Hermès creates styles that resonate quality, and the H08 is no exception. The timepiece is innovative while still on brand with a satin-brushed titanium coat and sunburst satin-brushed titanium bezel. The dial is black nickel-treated and finished with the designer’s classic orange strap.

It’s sporty without being obnoxious.

Hublot Big Bang Gold Blue

Hublot’s Big Bang conveys a bit of royalty to your wrist. The 44mm 18k-gold case stands in bold contrast to the blue sunray satin-finished dial and complementing blue rubber and alligator straps.

This is definitely a loud timepiece that makes a grand entrance. After all, it’s called the Big Bang.

Tufina Theorema Pionier London Diamonds

Made in Germany, Tufina watches operate on kinetic energy instead of batteries. To keep the watch running, you can manually wind it or wear it consistently to keep the wrist movements going.

Pionier’s London Diamonds design has a sunny dial featuring an open-back design. The see-through arrangement shows the gears inside with a special skeletonized date window at 3 o’clock, adding an element of elegance.

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