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Best Dress Watches for Men at Every Budget

A watch is only as dressy as the man wearing it wants it to be. Some men prefer a classic metal bracelet and sleek dial for their dressiest occasion, while others prefer the bold look of a leather strap with unique elements. Looks are important, but so is price. That’s why we shared some of our favorite dressy looks at every budget, below.

The $1,000 Range

Baume & Mercier Classima Quartz

If a steel timepiece is your go-to dress watch, you don’t have to look further than this one. It has everything you need to look your best and wow watch admirers. The polished steel bracelet and white dial is perfect for the professional man who values sophistication.

Baume and Mercier Classima Quartz

Frederique Constant Slimline Midsize Date

Get back to the basics of dressing up with a timepiece that speaks for itself. Stainless steel case, a silver dial, and black leather strap go with any look, for any dressy occasion.

Frederique Constant Slimline Midsize Date
Frederique Constant Slimline Midsize Date

The $10,000 Range

Ulysse Nardin Marine Chronometer

Defy time with this classic look that will never go out of style. Diamonsil is the revolutionary alloy combining silicon and a synthetic diamond coating that keeps this watch intact for when you wear it to every special event you attend.

Ulysse Nardin Marine Chronometer
Ulysse Nardin Marine Chronometer

OMEGA Constellation Co-Axial

“Claw” your way to the top of the best-dressed list with this timepiece featuring a striking dial in champagne on a two-tone bracelet. We’ll cheers to that.

Omega Constellation Co-Axial
Omega Constellation Co-Axial

The $25,000 Range

Breguet Classique 5140

The blue hues of this classic timepiece are a truly mesmerizing addition to any dressed-up look. White gold and a grand feu enamel dial combine to exude luxury.

Breguet Classique 5140
Breguet Classique 5140

Carl F. Bucherer Patravi Chronodate Annual

Dressing up isn’t just about blacks, greys, and blues anymore. Throw a little brown into the mix with this exclusive chronometer caliber in 18K rose gold, with an essential stop function.

Carl F. Bucherer Chronodate Annual
Carl F. Bucherer Patravi Chronodate Annual

The $50,000 Range

Jaquet Droz Grande Seconde Tourbillon Ivory Enamel

Have you ever sported a timepiece with an 18K red gold case? How about a timepiece with a dial made of enameled ivory? There’s something to be said about a timepiece that so elegantly contains 31 jewels, while boasting a classy look at every angle.

Jaquet Droz Grande Seconde Tourbillon Ivory Enamel
Jaquet Droz Grande Seconde Tourbillon Ivory Enamel

Girard-Perregaux 1966 Full Calendar

It’s hard not to feel like James Bond when wearing a timepiece like this one. It is sleekly designed in white gold with the subtle touch of a full moonphase calendar on a bold face. There’s no way this timepiece represents anything other than a tuxedo-clad gentleman.

Girard Perregaux 1966 Full Calendar
Girard Perregaux 1966 Full Calendar

About The Author: Scott Meller

Born and raised in Los Angeles, Scott joined Feldmar Watch Company, Inc. under the tutelage of his father, Sol. As a fourth generation family member, Scott’s forward-thinking business acumen has placed Feldmar on the cutting edge of the luxury timepiece market. Scott’s favorite part about working at Feldmar is being a part of his family’s multi-generational business and having worked alongside his father. His accomplishments are many, including the expansion and remodel of the Feldmar flagship store, as well as a second location inside The Beverly Hilton.

Since attending Santa Monica College, Scott has become an expert in the technical aspects of the timepieces sold at Feldmar. Each year, he travels to Switzerland—the watchmaking capital of the world—to attend the Baselword Watch & Jewelry Fair and build upon his extensive knowledge of this quickly-evolving industry.

Scott is very proud of the way Feldmar customers are put first: “We regularly go out of our way to meet the needs of our clients. A client once purchased a rather significant watch as a birthday gift for his brother who lived in New York. Our client asked how we were going to deliver the gift and we responded with the typical answer, we would ship it by FedEx. After we answered his question, we could tell that he wanted a more personalized experience for the delivery and offered to have it hand-delivered by one of our associates. He lit up at the thought, and so off went one of our associates to New York City for the day to hand-deliver the gift.”

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