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Just In Time! A Roundup Of The Best Watches Now

Just In Time! A Roundup Of The Best Watches Now

May 25th, 2010
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  • The big gold watch was big in the '80s but bankers, if you haven't heard, aren't exactly popular right now. Try a <a>cool '70s</a>-inspired twist with this tortoise resin accented timepiece. $336.49 by <a>Michael Kors</a>
    The big gold watch was big in the '80s but bankers, if you haven't heard, aren't exactly popular right now. Try a cool '70s-inspired twist with this tortoise resin accented timepiece. $336.49 by Michael Kors
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  • Proof that <a>utilitarian</a> can spell fashion forward, this stainless steel <a>Burberry</a> chronograph would look equally at home on a submarine or the city street. $595
    Proof that utilitarian can spell fashion forward, this stainless steel Burberry chronograph would look equally at home on a submarine or the city street. $595
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  • It's a white out! Try this slightly blingy, but not quite over-the-top white resin watch. Bonus: it's waterproof and goes great with a tan (<a>by the bottle</a>, of course). $219.82 by <a>DKNY</a>
    It's a white out! Try this slightly blingy, but not quite over-the-top white resin watch. Bonus: it's waterproof and goes great with a tan (by the bottle, of course). $219.82 by DKNY
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  • Want to channel your inner P. Diddy? No better way to do so than with <a>diamonds</a>. We couldn't resist the touch of blue and blinding beauty of this <a>Chopard</a> timepiece. Price by request.
    Want to channel your inner P. Diddy? No better way to do so than with diamonds. We couldn't resist the touch of blue and blinding beauty of this Chopard timepiece. Price by request.
    Photo: StyleCaster Media Group
  • You don't need to go into early retirement for this all-gold watch. Make a luxe statement without the Rolex price. $99.99 by <a>Nixon</a>
    You don't need to go into early retirement for this all-gold watch. Make a luxe statement without the Rolex price. $99.99 by Nixon
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  • Here's a timepiece for a true jet setter; check out the chronographs and textured leather bracelet.  <a>International men of mystery</a> don't only wear Omega. $895 by <a>Breil Milano</a>
    Here's a timepiece for a true jet setter; check out the chronographs and textured leather bracelet.  International men of mystery don't only wear Omega. $895 by Breil Milano
    Photo: StyleCaster Media Group
  • A vintage <a>Cartier</a> tank watch – tough to beat in terms of refined sophistication. Definitely one to collect and worth the investment. $3.804.53
    A vintage Cartier tank watch – tough to beat in terms of refined sophistication. Definitely one to collect and worth the investment. $3.804.53
    Photo: StyleCaster Media Group
  • The watch equivalent to a murdered out car, this all black <a>Marc by Marc Jacobs</a> is seriously sleek and modern. $200
    The watch equivalent to a murdered out car, this all black Marc by Marc Jacobs is seriously sleek and modern. $200
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  • Based on a 1940s design from Timex, this reissue got a lighter face than its WWII original counterpart, and is meant to stand time in the trenches – or just look <a>cool with khakis</a>. $150 at <a>J.Crew</a>
    Based on a 1940s design from Timex, this reissue got a lighter face than its WWII original counterpart, and is meant to stand time in the trenches – or just look cool with khakis. $150 at J.Crew
    Photo: StyleCaster Media Group
  • A hark back to when digital was only for the cool kids, this retro gold watch calls to mind break dancing in the street, and costs about what it would have in the '80s (inflation not included). $30.44 by<a> ASOS</a>
    A hark back to when digital was only for the cool kids, this retro gold watch calls to mind break dancing in the street, and costs about what it would have in the '80s (inflation not included). $30.44 by ASOS
    Photo: StyleCaster Media Group

There’s very little that New Yorkers keep in higher regard than time and style.
Time, because they never have any, and style, because well, most of them have it in spades.

In the spirit of the words of our Grandma,Better late than never, but never late is better, keep some stylish time with these watches for girls and boys in a range of price points from brag-worthy deals to status symbol investment pieces.

Don’t bother arguing that you use your cell or more ambitiously, use the sun to figure out the hour a killer watch is always fashionably on time.

Related: So-Cal Goes Japanese: Velvet for Uniqlo

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