Let her know what you think

We had a day out yesterday and the good lady isn't convinced she can pull off a 28mm watch. She like the Tudor 1926 and the Royal both of which come in a 28mm.She thinks she needs a bigger size. I think for her wrists 28mm looks fine. What do you all think? 

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Looks proportionally perfect to me, but over the decades I've learned that my wife also wants bigger, lol but seriously, I've learned that it's not a best practice to get her a watch that I like and let her make that decision for herself.

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I think it‘s perfectly proportioned and looks great. What a beaut of a watch, too. 

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It looks beautiful and graciously delicate on her wrist  . Tell your wife to go for it. Even though I'm sure, she very respectfully already is, she will come across as a very classy lady 👍👌.

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I like how that one looks but equally I think she could easily wear a bigger watch too. She will be infinitely happier with a watch that she chooses for her own joy, not what others think looks best. For both men and women I think wearing a watch with confidence is the key to how good it looks 👍

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Thank you all for the feedback folks. This size is a whole new thing for her as I get closer to get her to wear something much more size appropriate. It's only recently that she would even look at something under 40mm. So I think anything around that size is going to feel small for her but I think it will help how she feels knowing its her perspective that may be out from years of huge watches vs the watch actually looks too small. 

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Let her know both my wife and I think it looks great! The discussion I have with my wife goes in the other direction. She is worried something the size my 34mm Timex Marlin or larger is too big for her wrist. 😀

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That's a classic and will never go out of style for her!  

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I think the 28mm looks good!

But if she wants the bigger one get her the bigger one. My wife has the 36mm Tudor 1926 and it looks great. 

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Is it just me, or does anyone else think that women sort of get a pass on this question? I get the sense that gals get to wear as small or as large of a dial as they wish, and it doesn’t really much matter. Whereas guys have to adhere to some sort of magic ratio so as not to be ridiculed for improper wear. Same goes for bracelet/strap sizing and fitting, some women seem to just let the watch dangle from their arm like a loose string and it’s okay, but if a man does that he’s told to adjust that shit.

I wonder if it’s the perception that men are supposed to wear watches as tools, and women as fashion accesories and we’re only going by those metrics alone? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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Looks perfect. (I don't know what else to say.)

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I think that looks absolutely gorgeous! Feel free to use this comment as justification to tell your lady she needs to trust your judgment more often! 😉

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Based on the photo I think the size looks great, but I'm from a generation that grew up when smaller watches were the norm.  Watches are very personal, and if she feels that this one wears too small for her, then she should probably focus on larger watches (which you could wear too :-))

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My wife has the 2 tone version of that watch and she loves it. I think it looks great🎯

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I think it looks great but I also like how bigger watches look on women.