This weekend we’ll be setting our clocks ahead one hour for daylight savings time. We may be losing one hour of sleep, but we’ll be enjoying more daylight. So as we spring forward, lets look at the hot watches for spring and the latest trends in watches right now.
Classic – Cartier Tank Solo
A classic watch is something everyone should have in their jewelry wardrobe. A great watch for work or to wear with jeans, this watch will never go out of style.
Color – Michele Serein
If you are looking for a great fashion watch, look no further. Make a splash with color this spring with this watch by Michele.
Chronograph – Baume & Mercier Capeland Chronograph
If you love technology in watches, then you will love a chronograph watch. This type of watch offers many options in design and technology – split seconds, fly back, two-dial, retrograde, column-wheel and chronometer-certified. There are some digital chronograph watches that can track time to 1/10th, 1/100th and even 1/1000 of a second!
Mechanical – Rotunde De Cartier
Mechanical watches offer everything from standard automatic movements to dual times and day/date functions. For those of you who are interested in the complexity of watch movements, this is the watch for you.
Dual Timers – Tag Heuer Carrera
For the world traveler or international business man, knowing the time in two or more time zones is a necessity. The main dial of a world timepiece shows the home time, while a 24-hour ring places the cities of the world according to the concurrent time in those locations.
Jewelry – Cartier Rose Gold Diamond Tank Anglaise
Watches that are like a piece of jewelry are often crafted with diamonds and demonstrate a mastery of both watch-making and gem craftsmanship. This watch by Cartier is truly stunning.
Large Size – David Yurman Classic
The biggest trend right now for the ladies is the oversized watch. Gone are the days when ladies wore small petite watches. Today, 35mm tends to be a standard for the watches and often many women are opting for even larger timepieces.
Sport – Rolex Submariner
Introduced in 1953, the Submariner was the first watch to be water-resistant up to 100 metres (330 feet). It was later strengthened by the patented triple-seal Triplock winding crown making it capable of withstanding depths of up to 300 metres (1,000 feet).