& Watches


Whether it's a watch, a ring or a necklace, these old-school accent pieces—when subtle and personal—add intrigue and texture to your look.


Jewelry has long been used to denote status. In ancient Rome, for example, only certain ranks could wear rings. And the concept of the wristwatch goes back to the production of the very earliest timepieces in the 16th century.

How to Wear It

New to wearing jewelry? Don't go overboard. Start with a wrist piece, then maybe a necklace, and add to it over time.

What to Look for

Simple styles, old school details and fine craftsmanship. No one wants to look like they're wearing cheap jewelry. But that doesn't mean it has to cost a ton.

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