Matching your watch to your clothes

There seem to be rules about matching your clothes to your watch (or vice versa). For example: belt and shoes should match the watch-strap. Or, dial colour should match an article of clothing. Or, dial should be a complementary colour against clothes... Etc. What are your preferences? Today I'm pretty matchy-matchy (my two-tone blue and rust strap matches my blue jeans and reddish/orange sweater). The dial is light silver (neutral) with blue hands and numerals.

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I take coordinating wardrobe with horological wear very seriously. Here is my choice of footwear when I wear a stainless steel bracelet.

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Only time I actually care about matching is when I go into the office. And even then I don’t always care lol

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Match smatch. I only do that by accident.

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foghorn

I take coordinating wardrobe with horological wear very seriously. Here is my choice of footwear when I wear a stainless steel bracelet.

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You work with King Arthur at Camelot?

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I don't go out of my way to look like a clown with weirdly mismatched colours, but at the same time I tend to just wear a watch appropriate to the tasks I expect to do in a day.

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BrianE

You work with King Arthur at Camelot?

Medieval Times.

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I keep it simple by having my leather goods in black - boots, belt, straps, full-face zipper mask, etc.