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post #106 of 114
depends on the occasion and the suit. A crepey suit with a polo shirt for a promenade in the city can support a nice sports watch.
post #107 of 114
Looks odd
post #108 of 114
Anyone wear a Panerai with a suit?
post #109 of 114
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Originally Posted by tedbearz
Anyone wear a Panerai with a suit?

Even if a) I could afford a Pam and b) liked Pams enough to buy one, I feel I would never do that. Just too crude and bulky IMHO.
post #110 of 114
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Originally Posted by tedbearz
Anyone wear a Panerai with a suit?

Of course. Why not? That is the way I was introduced to Panerai a few years ago: seeing businessmen in Italy wearing PAMs with suits. Not more shocking than the universally ubiquitious seadweller or submariner with a suit... Just a little more distinctive...
post #111 of 114
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Originally Posted by tedbearz
Anyone wear a Panerai with a suit?

No, sport watches don't fit under my dress shirt cuffs very well. When I wear a suit, I would rather wear a Calatrava or Reverso, a much more elegant choice. I'll wear a sport watch with a sport jacket(hey, that makes sense) but only if dressed casually with a knit or polo shirt.
post #112 of 114
I'd like a chunky, but elegant chronograph. I'm talking smooth deep case, brown croc strap, nothing glow-in-the-dark.

At the moment, I'm liking the Longines Master Series, I'm liking some of the Blancpain, and I'm liking one or two Ulysse Nardin.

Of course, I can especially afford only one of the above...

-Eden
post #113 of 114
Chunky really only looks nice in pocket watches.
post #114 of 114
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