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Watch for college grad's charcoal suit

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Number6, Apr 4, 2006.

  1. southbound35

    southbound35 Senior member

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    Either would be fine and do ignore these comments about it Inot being a 'dress watch'. I doubt anyone would take any exception to it in any formal surroundings.

    To say otherwise is incredibly narrow.

    You're right and wrong. Right -- no one would take exception to that watch. Wrong -- if he's looking for a dress watch to wear with his suit for interviews, that watch isn't the one.

    Because I'm wanting to buy a dress watch in the $300 price range as well, I started a thread yesterday on watchuseek.com. There have been a few suggestions made.

    Thread on watchuseek.com
     
  2. maxnharry

    maxnharry Senior member

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    Either would be fine and do ignore these comments about it Inot being a 'dress watch'. I doubt anyone would take any exception to it in any formal surroundings.

    To say otherwise is incredibly narrow.


    I am not certain how saying otherwise is "narrow". You may doubt that anyone would take exception, but I had an interviewer comment specifically on a watch I was wearing in a job interview.

    The point of one's dress in a job interview is to be as neutral as possible, so as not to cloud the real issue, which is "are you qualified for the position".
     
  3. Tomasso

    Tomasso Senior member

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    Either would be fine and do ignore these comments

    To say otherwise is incredibly narrow.



    Would it be possible for you to state your opinion without disparaging the opinions of others?
     

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