Luxury watches are designed to last for generations and although trends might not be as fast moving as in other parts of the fashion world, they move nonetheless.
In the interest of keeping you informed, we have identified some key trends you can expect to see on wrists in 2020.
MORE INTEGRATED BRACELETS
The luxury steel sports watch was seen on many wrists in 2019 and will continue to dominate in 2020. This style provides a seamless link between the steel case and bracelet, widely referred to as integrated.
THE TRENDING OF GREEN
We expect to see an uptake in green dials in 2020 with darker, more muted tones being favoured, offering everyday wearability with a flash of vivid personality here and there.
RETRO IS BACK
Retro-inspired timepieces undoubtably pay tribute to bygone eras in terms of aesthetics but they have of course been adapted to suit contemporary tastes and include the latest in horological technology. Top watch brands have dug into their archives to debut timepieces that proudly show off a vintage look as seen with the Zenith Heritage 146 and Panthère de Cartier ladies timepiece collection.
Small watches were enormous news at SIHH and fans of retro-inspired, chicer dress watches found at Cartier, will be excited to hear this. With almost a decade of oversized timepieces trending, this a refreshing change to the watch market.
While what is on trend is always interesting to read up about, your watch is a representation of your own personality with your watch saying so much about you as an individual. A watch reflects your personality and speaks volumes about your dreams and ambitions. It is a reflection of how you live your life.
Book a one on one consultation with The Watch Girl to view our available timepieces with some of our favourites hand picked below.
- Breitling Navitimer 1 Chronograph GMT 46
- Cartier Santos 1565 Galbee
- Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 600M Co-Axial
- Baume Et Mercier Auto Capeland S
- IWC Spitfire Automatic Chronograph