Monday, April 29, 2013

BFTB: WATCHES

[From Top to Bottom: Tsovet, $395 / Timex, $45 / Daniel Wellington, $195 / Military Watch Co., $300; compilation by Broho Style]

This week I'm doing a little more modern take on a classic BFTB item--the wristwatch.  In my opinion, there's nothing better than the look of a good watch and the way it can instantly lend an air of credibility and style to an otherwise basic outfit.  Luckily, most of the guys I know also love watches and I can understand why.  I mean I love their watches too.  I love the way the oversized face fits on a dainty female wrist, especially when part of a greater, more diverse arm party.  Personally, I have an old men's Swiss army watch that I have overhauled with my own, tri-colored nylon band and, if I'm being honest, I think it looks pretty cool. 

Since there are so many worthy options out there (read: expect more watch posts in the future), today I simply put together a small sampling from one of my favorite online retailers, Need Supply.  Armed with an impressive collection of men's accessories, Need Supply features some of the newer names in watches alongside some of the most well established. So whether you're a boy looking for a new piece of arm candy or a girl looking to dabble in cross-assessorizing, you should take a peak at their assortment--it's definitely worth your...time.  Oh yeah, I went there. 



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