My wedding ring is platinum, so any casing other than white gold or stainless doesn't work for me. I highly prefer brown straps and stainless to black, so that is somewhat limiting. These are some I like a lot though, in no order:
I love the classic Cartier face, and I love the shape of the Roadster. For my arm, the large size is a little big, the midsize a little small. I'm also a lefty, so the winder might be irritating as it's very large.
Not a huge Panerai fan, but this one is nice. Probably the only watch I've seen where a brown strap and black face look good.
That is a stunner, although I prefer the pie-pan dials and without a date window. Best yet are the versions with arrowhead markers. I also prefer white and/or honeycomb to colored. On original bracelets, especially gold rice, would be even cooler.
Please make me happy and show me a bunch of old Connies.
Omegablogger, do you know where I could get that gold Omega logo on the dial? I have an 18kt vintage Omega Tresor model that has it missing. My favorite Constellation are the Luxe models with the hooded lugs:
From left to right: Omega Automatic Seamaster with Date--1950s Omega 18kt Red Star Chronometer--1950s Omega Seamaster Bumper--1950s C.H.Meylan 18kt wristwatch--1940s Gruen Platinum wristwatch--1920s Longines 14kt with long lugs--1950s Vacheron & Constantin 18kt.