If you’re going with Hermès, you’re obviously trying to flex. And no option is going to shine as much as Hermès’ signature shade of red leather along with the beautiful graphics. At $1,399, it’s a serious chunk of change, but you can quell some guilt by telling yourself it’s not even the most expensive combination (which is not even a lie).
There’s a reason why this is one of the combinations Apple trotted out for the hands-on time at the Apple Event. The way the yellow leather band pops with the white ceramic case: whooooooooooo! To
Look at this like you look at your shoes and your fit: go for coordination over matching. The pink-ish hue on the gold case plays nicely off the midnight blue that leans closer to purple than anything. Anyone who looks at this will think, “Damn, that man knows his colors.” Mid-range pricing ($699) with a high-end look.
Right here we’ve got the Flyknit of bands. It’s functional, able to handle all the sweat from your workout. But the design still pops enough that it won’t look out of place with any of your fits, including a suit. For $399, that’s a damn versatile watch.
Blow the bag alert! At $1,599, this is the priciest option you can get. But it’s also the closest you can get to white on white. As Rick Ross