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Perfect Pairing: John Hardy Bracelets & Tag Heuer Watches

By Nina Glaser June 4, 2015
Tag Heuer Watch with Hardy Bracelet

Like a fine meal that pairs food with wine, men’s timepieces pair perfectly with a bracelet.

Males the world over are wrapping their wrists with dual accessories, tackling the trend with tremendous enthusiasm.

Blending a bracelet and watch provide an opportunity to display personality and identity, and also add a bit of color to your outfit and life! Bracelets come in all shapes, sizes and designs to complement myriad timepieces, from leather to metal, beaded and woven fabrics like nylon cord.

A leather bracelet will show a man’s appreciation for quality and workmanship. It’s an elegant and stylish accessory that works with most clothing choices.

Tag Heuer Watch

Metal bracelets, whether thick or thin, of the chain or one-piece variety, tend to be dressier. The gold and silver tones of precious metals are considered neutrals; as such they can seamlessly be mixed, matched and worn with other accessories.

Beaded bracelets make a style statement and are said to have healing powers. Beaded bracelets from John Hardy are available with the lively and richly colored stabilized red coral; intense-hued lapis lazuli; soothing turquoise with black matrix, bold black chalcedony, neutral-toned tiger eye, lotus seed and colorful Borneo beads, among other materials. In some models, black onyx is seen with carnelian and malachite, and in others, sterling silver works with black sapphire, blue pietersite and black volcanic lava.

Woven bracelets are casual and colorful; perfect when you want to wear something “natural,” or are out and about in the great outdoors (think picnic or day at the beach).

Some bracelets from John Hardy combine “the best of both worlds,” pairing leather with sterling silver, and mineral beads with sterling silver.

Tag Heuer Watch

Whatever bracelet you choose, consistency in style and color are key. You should also keep body type in mind; a thin man should not have too thick a bracelet, while a larger man should not wear too small a piece.

Tag Heuer men’s watches have straps and bracelets crafted in brushed and polished stainless steel, steel and ceramic, fabric, leather, alligator, python skins and rubber…so easy to put together a timepiece with a John Hardy bracelet from any of the men’s collections!

Check out John Hardy Bedeg, Dot, Classic Chain, Kali, Naga and Palu men’s bracelets with a Tag Heuer men’s watch from the Aquaracer, Formula 1, Grand Carrera, Link or Monaco collections!

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