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Trends to Watch: Red and Orange Timepieces

Trends to Watch: Red and Orange Timepieces

Spring is approaching and fashion trends are starting to reflect this more and more. Surprisingly, the trending colours of this winter/spring season are red and orange. These bright vibrant colours typically associated with summer have taken over the runways and more and more people are using them not only as accent colours but to create whole monochrome looks. In 2022, it appears that this warm pallet will be here to stay. Embrace the palette and accessorize with one of the timepieces from our trends to watch: red and orange timepieces.

Trends to Watch: Red and Orange Timepieces

Swatch Big Bold Planets | OOPS! | Black Silicone SB01B127

The Swatch Big Bold Planets watch has an unusual design. The futuristic skeleton dial will make a fantastic addition to your Fashion week outfit choices. Though the dial is intriguing with its floating hour-markers and orange skeleton dial, the overall design of the watch is more simple. This not only focuses attention on the eye-catching watch face but also makes the watch subtle enough to be worn day-to-day. Whether you’re looking for a more elevated high fashion look, or you simply really like orange, the OOPS! Swatch watch with black silicone strap is perfect for you.

Trends to Watch: Red and Orange Timepieces

Casio G-Shock Carbon Core Guard Orange Watch GA-2200M-4AER

Both men’s street and runway fashion trends this year are focusing on practicality. Utility belts and trousers are gaining popularity and so is the techwear fashion style. This is where the Casio G-Shock fits perfectly. The brand’s Carbon Guard range is made of the highest-quality materials and the new carbon guard structure, after which the line is named, guarantees ultimate durability and functionality. The striking orange model has a resin case and strap. Screw detailing on the bezel highlights the utilitarian look of the watch. The model has a perpetual calendar, a countdown and stopwatch, as well as an alarm and a world timer.

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RADO Captain Cook XL Automatic Red Dial R32105353

If you’re after a timepiece to match the spirit of the season without being too much, we suggest the newest Rado Captain Cook XL edition. The timepiece is made of stainless steel. It features an automatic movement and an anti-reflective sapphire crystal. Its dial is a more subtle gradient red colour. The bezel of the watch is black elevating the overall design. Features on the watch include luminescent hands and indices as well as a date aperture. The watch is water-resistant up to 300 meters or 30 bars.

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ORIS Big Crown Pointer Date | Red Dial | Bronze 01 754 7741 3168-07 8 20 01

For a timepiece that stands out for its unusual yet elegant design go for the Oris Big Crown Pointer Date in bronze with a red dial. The watch has the iconic Big Crown Pointer silhouette. Its case and bracelet are however made of bronze. The material tends to be unusual for a timepiece as bronze tends to oxidize over time. This gives it a unique patina depending on the way it’s worn and where it’s worn making each and every timepiece one of a kind. The red dial complements the warm-toned bronze creating a coherent and timeless design.

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Seiko Prospex King Samurai Shu-Iro Limited Edition (3,500 pieces) SRPH61K1

Another practical, yet classic timepiece is the Seiko Prospex Samurai Shu-Iro. This limited-edition timepiece is inspired by the Shu-Iro vermillion red of the uniform Suigun wore. The watch has a large red geometric-patterned dial, gold-coloured hands and a date aperture with a magnifier on the sapphire crystal. The ceramic black bezel also features gold-coloured markings. This watch is the perfect addition to your collection. It embodies the traditional Seiko values while keeping close to the newest fashions.

Which of the watches suggested in this article on trends to watch: red and orange timepieces would you rather wear? Let is know in the comments below.

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