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If you have white gold / platinum rings, what watch are you wearing?

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thesurgeonsmate Tue 02-Aug-11 11:35:57

If you have white gold / platinum rings, what watch are you wearing? Need ideas for a new one.

Suncottage Tue 02-Aug-11 11:42:34

this one

The only watch I own is a silver Guess one which was an Anniversary present from SIL. It's quite chunky with crystals on it, which match my rings - plain white gold wedding band on one hand and a chunky white gold one with teeny diamonds on the other. I have to say I only wear it when I dress up, most of the time I use my phone to tell the time!

cyb Tue 02-Aug-11 11:44:59

I wear a brown leather strapped chunky Fossil watch with a silver face

Mine's sort of like this except the strap is nicer slightly different (I should have said silver coloured, rather than silver!)

HappyAsIAm Tue 02-Aug-11 12:06:23

www.thewatchhut.co.uk/Accurist-Ladies-Dress-Watch-LB1282.html

Very similar to this, but more of a square face with curved vertical sides.

ragged Tue 02-Aug-11 12:08:23

Do people still wear watches? confused

Bunbaker Tue 02-Aug-11 12:11:38

I have this one

I wear a 9ct plain gold wedding band, but only wear silver jewellery as gold just doesn't suit me. I settled for this watch as it goes with everything.

worldgonecrazy Tue 02-Aug-11 12:45:33

I have platinum plated engagement ring, white gold wedding ring and wear a gold watch with white gold and diamond embellishment. The watch is very tiny and delicate so it sort of goes together.

flybynight Tue 02-Aug-11 13:40:56

I wear this one

sancerrre Tue 02-Aug-11 13:44:03

No watch.

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gregssausageroll Tue 02-Aug-11 13:50:10

DKNY watches. I have 2, one in black and one in white. Both large faced.

thesurgeonsmate Tue 02-Aug-11 15:47:13

Thanks for the lovely links. I went to one watch shop in the rain at lunchtime. Clearly not the way forward, it seems as thought the Watch Hut has every watch in the world.

FritziGreenEyes Tue 02-Aug-11 20:24:40

this

sungirltan Tue 02-Aug-11 20:32:51

this one i have platinum rings - it matches perfectly and i love it

MadameCastafiore Tue 02-Aug-11 20:35:51

this one DH bought it for me a couple of christmases ago - it is quite big but I can't have watches that arer tight to my wrist and until he gets me my Cartier Tank one I will use this one - lots of great comments abou tit and it was the Times Best Christmas Present too!

pointydog Tue 02-Aug-11 20:44:45

Can't find it but it's a bit like this. A skin swatch, with biggish flat shiny light silver face.

CDMforever Tue 02-Aug-11 21:48:09

Omega constellation though probably an older model with shinier metal than the other Omegas on this post.
I wear a plain platinum wedding band, trilogy diamond platinum engagement ring and platinum eternity ring with 11 tiny diamonds.
Blimey, I wonder if its all insured?!

Gorran Tue 02-Aug-11 21:55:08

I wear platinum wedding/engagement rings with a steel Cartier Tank Francaise. The smallest one, think it's this: www.thewatchsource.co.uk/item/Cartier/Tank-Francaise/w51008q3.html

bethelbeth Tue 02-Aug-11 22:46:53

Gents 1960s rolex. Looks a touch odd with my edwardian platinum rings but I am a bit of a mismatchy person.

IzziesMummy Tue 02-Aug-11 22:48:05

This skagen one
www.johnlewis.com/230509670/Product.aspx
My husband bought it for my birthday last year as a surprise present. And as he's not best known for his stylishness or taste, I was very pleasantly surprised!

thesurgeonsmate Wed 03-Aug-11 12:12:24

Now that I have browsed the Watch Hut and John Lewis websites, every webpage I open is advertising watches to me... The strap on Fritzi's Hermes is a bit fancy for me to carry off I think, but the colours are a great combo, and I'll look at leather straps too, I think.

PerryCombover Wed 03-Aug-11 12:16:28

I wear a U boat watch or an Omega
I wear platinum rings

lashingsofbingeinghere Wed 03-Aug-11 19:11:01

I wear this one

Honeydragon Wed 03-Aug-11 19:13:41

A knackered old Casio felite, I love it and will be gutted when it finally goes.

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