Smaller wrists need smaller watches

“Roses Trémières” by Berthe Morisot
“In the Bois de Boulogne” by Berthe Morisot
“Young Woman in Mauve” by Berthe Morisot

Measure your wrist

The first step to finding your next watch is to measure your wrist. Obviously, not all watches are created equal. Small, medium, and large watches are made for small, medium, and large wrists. Looking smart is key.

Pick your style

Do you like bigger or smaller watches? For decades, watch sizes have increased to conform to modern tastes. On the other hand, a smaller watch will seem more traditional.

Select your watch

With an endless number of watch models, you are sure to find a style that fits your wrist. Trying on the watch in person will help, but so will knowing the watch’s precise measurements. A watch can be too big but not too small.