There's been lots of love for macho watches lately. I'll pass, but I love the look on others. DearSugar, quite the watch aficionado, pointed this Vintage Rolex® 14k gold "shell" Oyster Perpetual on riveted Oyster bracelet, circa 1960s ($5,200) out to me. It appears J.Crew is exclusively featuring vintage Rolex watches. It compliments J.Crew's cool, yuppy vibe, but I still refuse to spend that much on a timepiece. Thoughts?
mrembo was invited to a Hollywood-themed birthday bash, so she decided to go in a Gwyneth Paltrow-inspired outfit. She brought on the green goodness with her dress and you know I dig the oversized blazer and macho men's watch. Hollywood, here she comes!
Here's what she has on:
- Dress: Vintage
- Blazer: Dotti
- Shoes: Mollini
- Watch: Men's Watch
Congrats to mrembo!
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Is that a macho watch I spot on Anne Hathaway's arm? The actress continued to dabble with menswear at the Get Smart London photocall. She left her sexy frocks behind for a minimalist black blazer and mini shorts by Jenni Kayne, and a gray tank. Her Giuseppe Zanotti metallic sandals provide just enough dazzle and femininity to the ensemble. Anne's fashion metamorphosis continues . . .
Remember when Nina Garcia lent us some wise words? Remember one of her fashion essentials was a man's watch? I thought this was the most niche of her picks, as someone who doesn't even wear a watch, but I understand its appeal. The macho watch is strong, cool and sexy, in that power dressing kind of way. Not convinced? Ask Ashley Olsen what time it is.