October 17, 2016
How to match your watch to your shoes
One of the first rules to successfully execute an outfit as a man is to always match your belt to your shoes. At House of Watches, we think this rule should also be extended to your watch. Accessories really make an outfit and we all know that the devil is in the detail. Take a look at our guide on how to pair your watch with your shoes and see how a watch can be the perfect finishing touch to your outfit, and convey your individual style.
The Monk shoe with an almost saintly association has recently become a huge hit in the fashion world. Its vintage aesthetic works great with the mid-sixties inspired Henry London watch collection, featuring domed lenses and contemporary dials.
Watch: HENRY LONDON CHISWICK WATCH HL39-M-0102
For travellers who love to lounge in an espadrille while at the waters edge, make sure you have a high-performance dive watch for those off-shore dips into the lagoon.
Watch: SEIKO PADI PROSPEX AUTOMATIC DIVERS WATCH SRPA21K1
Stylish and just a little bit edgy, the Chelsea boot was made famous during the 1960s by appearing on the feet of The Beatles and many Mod rockers at the time. We’ve paired this Raymond Weil Maestro watch for its distinct edge and the brand's close relationship within the music industry.
Watch: RAYMOND WEIL MENS FREELANCER WATCH 2710-SP-5020021
Upgraded for evening ventures, slipper shoes are now worn in all of the sophisticated bars about town. Pair them with an equally prestigious watch for that suave touch to refinement.
Watch: RADO MENS CENTRIX CERAMIC WATCH R30934712 L
While lounging on a yacht or walking the promenade, boat shoes are some of the most comfortable and adaptable shoes available. Pair them with a NATO strapped watch with nautical accents to suit a casual sense of style.
Watch: TIMEX ORIGINALS MENS WEEKENDER CHRONOGRAPH WATCH TW2P62100