3 Autumn/winter Watch Trends For 2018 | The Watch Hut
The weather is getting colder and the leaves are falling, it can only mean one thing: a new trend season is on the horizon. And boy is fashion throwing some lust-worthy looks our way. Here are the biggest watch trends set to the rule the nation over the forthcoming months.
Thought the plastic trend was well and truly dead? Well we've got news. It's been resurrected, but in a good way - we promise!
Translucent plastics are taking centre stage on the runway, giving opaque a run for its money. Remember the Baby-G Watch craze of the '90s? It's back with a vengeance. The revived range features a model that takes everything we love about the transparent trend and makes it wearable for every day. This Casio Baby-G Alarm Chronograph Watch (£50) elevates crystal clear plastic to new levels of cool by marrying it with a rose gold face. Better still, it will go with almost anything!
Bring some autumnal appeal to your outfit with this burnt orange Chronograph Watch (£22) from Casio. Guaranteed to make a bold statement, it's an ideal choice if you're a non-conformist who likes going against the grain. It's easy on the purse too. Style points all around.
- Polka dots
Big fan of polka dots when you were younger? You're in luck; the fashion world is going dotty for the trend this season. It's time to pay homage to Micky Mouse's go-to style and reminisce on your youth.
Bring in some Dalmatian influence with this ladies' Cielo Dots Watch from Lambretta (£65). This statement time-piece will look tres chic teamed up with a cosy black jumper. Effortlessly cool never looked so good.
If subtle polka dot styling is more your thing, this Richmond Rose Grey Polka Dot watch (£50) from Cath Kidston is sure to please. The white dotted grey strap makes for a striking contrast against the iconic rose logo and gold edging, conjuring up a look that's eloquently feminine. It's the ideal wrist accessory for a girly shopping trip with friends.
Two-tone is destined for big things this autumn/winter. We've spotted many models embracing colour block in some form, and it's a trend that translates ever so beautifully on a watch.
This ladies' Swatch Skins Watch (£70) is the definition of colour-blocking done to perfection. A harmonious blend of pastels delivers a heart-lifting hit of colour on the wrist that will guarantee compliments. Pair it with a white jumper and let it soak up the limelight.
Radley never disappoints when it comes to nailing a trend. Its Abbey Woodland Watch (£150) encapsulates colour blocking in a way no other brand can. The large round face makes for serious wrist candy, topped off with a luxurious bronzed strap for added elegance. Wear it to transform an outfit from simplistic to sophisticated and exude a classy wintry look.