Attaching a watch to your wrist is for some a natural movement and part of the daily routine. But if you’re the one who doesn’t, here are reasons to wear women’s watches.
For the professional world
In some professions it is necessary to show success in a visible way. If you are, for example, a successful professional consultant, a watch on your wrist can demonstrate to your clients that you are a seasoned professional. Success and its brands always inspire confidence, although you shouldn’t go overboard.
You would think that a client would be put off by knowing that the fees they pay you go into such expensive accessories, and that they would prefer to consult someone more thrifty. But in fact, the opposite is often true. The subliminal message of a beautiful watch is very often the following: “you can trust my professional opinions because you pay a lot for them”.
You can also wear your watch as a statement that reads “I am not checking my cell phone to determine the time.” On the contrary, I believe that time is important enough to justify a single measuring device”.
- A good watch will not depreciate much, and may conversely increase in value.
To remember the past
Watches are objects that are often passed on during an inheritance. Particular object, they are always imprinted with the personality of their wearer (a model can be bought according to his tastes). When they are passed on from father to son, they pass this personality from one generation to the next. Wearing them is like honoring their memory.
To remember someone
Gifting a watch is a great opportunity to associate it with a person. For example, during an engagement, the custom is certainly that the woman receives a ring, but also that the man is offered a watch. An appropriate inscription can be added to the back of the watch to engrave the occasion.
To join the story
Some models have become legendary through their passage in history, wearing them also amounts to commemorating such an event. For a presentation of models who have made history, I recommend this article.
To show your belonging
The watch is an opportunity to show one’s profession or one’s belonging. One can imagine that an astronomer wears a watch that displays astronomical data such as the lunar phases, or that an athlete has a chronograph model. A doctor may also choose a watch with a second hand to take a patient’s pulse.
To cut short a boring conversation
Everyone has already found themselves in a boring conversation that we would like to cut short. But difficult to do without upsetting the interlocutor opposite. However, looking at his watch can be a signal to the other, so that he understands that it is going to be time to go. This gesture actually works quite often with the subliminal message it sends.
To test others
The codes and affiliations are very often finely perceptible. They are not always seen at first glance and it may be necessary to look at them several times in order to be able to gauge someone. For example, does he wear cufflinks? A tie clip? Is his costume well made? The watch is one of the clues that must be studied.