Whether you realise it or not, you are constantly deriving meaning from every colour, tint, and hue you see. Everything from how you feel to the clothing you wear, the food you eat, the car you drive, and the insurance company you use is infused with and influenced by the secret dialect of colour.

Because colour is such a powerful force, you want to be sure you use it to make it work for you rather than against you when picking a watch. Let’s take a look at some of the most consistently recognised tints and tones in our selection to help you choose your ideal watch dial colour.

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    Black: Formal, Bold, Versatility

    Breguet Type 20 Chronographe
    Breguet Type 20 Chronographe

    Overall, black is the most practical watch dial colour since watches with black dials frequently come with white or luminous hands that make it simpler to see the time in low light and with poor vision. Some people believe that you should only buy a black-faced watch if the band is also black. However, the leading brands that match black dials with silver cases and bands demonstrate that with black dials, almost anything can fit.

    Blue: Cool, Confident, Smart

    Chopard Happy Sport Blue
    Chopard Happy Sport Blue

    Blue-dial watches have lately become a popular watch style. The trend was clearly present at this year’s SIHH and Baselworld, with new blue-dialed models from big names such as Rolex, Zenith, and Hublot. Blue is a strong primary colour that is quite versatile and goes with almost anything in your closet. A blue dial goes well with brown and black straps.

    White: Purity, Clean, Simple

    spirit of big bang king gold white diamonds 32 mm PR shot
    spirit of big bang king gold white diamonds 32 mm

    If you are going to buy your first luxury watch, white dial watches will never go wrong. White has a broad appeal that makes it appropriate for both the workplace and the bar. And because it’s neutral, you’ll never have to worry about matching outfits. One disadvantage of white dials is that they tend to display minor scratches and scuffs. However, if you don’t mind the worn look, white, which will always be in style, is the way to go.

    So, which one will you choose? For more information about our watch collection, discover it online or visit The Time Place boutique.