Originally Posted by no frills
Oh alright. Here you go, Charlize Theron wearing a Christian Dior, I think, with diamonds.
If you can find a nice wrist shot featuring Kate Upton, I would be most appreciative.
You show Charlize but desire Upton? This does not jibe with the ridicule and hate(justified) of all those monstrosity, tasteless, XXXL watches shown previously. It is the bizarro version of that preference, actually.
How is taste lost across these different avenues? They are close enough that I would think one's applies the same all the way.
Stick to the watches, you are aces there.
More generally, I do question whether people take into account the wearer's own size(wrist, body) to determine where the line to grossly large watch for its own sake has been crossed.
Akin to those in the styling of suits. Some people should not wear certain styles even if, ideally, that style looks best in a vacuum or on a model.
And depending on your own proportions, etc. you just cannot(alright, should not) employ specific features for they accentuate your faults rather than dulling. blurring or distracting from them to create the best possible image one might attain from a more proper suit.