You’re probably wondering: how do we determine what a good watch is for autumn? For us it’s all about comfort and versatility. After all, it normally starts to get cooler during the season, with occasional storms here and there. It’s really an in between period for the warmest and coldest times of year. Here’s what you’ll find on our wrist this fall.
Symphony III – Subtle design changes, but ultimately a familiar look. Everyone’s favorite alternative to the original Bambino just got upgraded with a new movement. It also stays true to tradition: it’s available in seven variations—the most of any collection we carry right now.
Commuter – Like the Symphony, this is simplicity at its finest. It’s easy to read, and best of all easy to wear with just about anything. What we love is that there are two dial variations to choose from: from classic colors to something a little bolder.
Bambino Small Seconds – The first ever Bambino that ditched the three-hand style, and the only one that features Arabic numerals. It does however follow tradition with a domed crystal and dial. It’ll be a perfect complement to your fall style.
SK Diver Retro – We know what you’re thinking: a diver watch for the fall? We say “why not?” Especially when the collection sports such warm fall colors. This reissue comes straight from the 1970s, modular shape and all. The only thing we did change was what’s under the hood.
Sun and Moon Version 4 – With the Sun and Moon, there’s always more than meets the eye. The dial is beautifully layered, with each subdial and complication sitting at a different position. It’s design like this that has propelled the collection to be a fan favorite since its inception.