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Get Your Wrist Looking Icy With A FLUD Watch [STYLE GUIDE]

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The proper watch can make all the difference. If you’re like us, you pay as much attention to the details of your outfit as you to do the big ticket pieces, and a wack watch just doesn’t cut it. When it comes to wristwear, it’s inappropriate to wear the same watch to every occasion. You gotta know when to flash a little gold, and when to pull out the black leather band with the square face. There’s nothing worse that looking like Paul Wall at a Thanksgiving dinner party.

Luckily, you can avoid the Paul Wall-Syndrome by reading through the rest of this Style Guide. We assembled a list of our favorite pieces from the highly esteemed FLUD Watches just for you. Check them out.

1. Exchange Watch in Oak Wood

Call it unique, distinctive, I-know-nobody-else-got-dis-on, or whatever you want–but this watch is an eye catcher. We’re feeling everything about the design, from the small dial to the double buttons on the right side.¬†Featuring an oversized face with a dark oak finish and an interchangeable black band, this watch is guaranteed to get the job done.

2. The Big Ben Watch in Gold

The Big Ben is like the Rolls Royce of the FLUD Watch product line. Featuring a bold, brash design, this is the one that you want to show off when you’re driving. Coming with 3 interchangeable bands, you can switch this one up to fit the situation as you see fit.

3. The Pantone Watch in Bubble Camo

Simple and clean, just how we like it. The bubble camo is a great touch, making this watch stand out on your wrist as go over to order another drink at the bar. There’s nothing to confuse anyone on here, watch you see is watch you get. Sorry, we had to.

4. The Haptic Watch in Gold

This is the big poppa, yo. A distinctively formal watch, it’s meant for the job interview and dinner party crowd. Don’t be afraid to throw this one for a first date and watch your stock rise faster than the Nasdaq, though.

5. The Order Watch in Black & Orange

This watch has a more Rolex Submariner feel, which is always a good thing. A crispy black/orange color combo is rare when it comes to wristwear, so you can thank FLUD for taking a chance and making that one work. Get right.

 

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