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Now a days in this metro sexual world things have flipped to where women wear mens watches and men are starting to wear women shoes.  Wait What?

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What do you think when you see a woman wearing man’s watch?  To me it really all depends what she’s rocking.  I wouldn’t like to see them in a Hublot Big Bang or a Casio G-Shock.  But maybe a Rolex Oyster Perpetual would look stunning on a woman’s wrist.  Now if I see a woman in a 41mm DayDate Presidential, I might just have to bow down and let her walk in front of me.  That would be the woman’s of woman’s watch.  (Read: I Bought my Wife a Rolex)

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The reason I say that is because we’re so used to seeing women wearing small watches but in 2018 trends have change and women are now more empowering why not wear a watch that empowers a man.   The Oyster Perpetual is a 39mm watch that would compliment a women’s wrist but let’s not stop at a conservative level.  If you look at ladies now a days, they love rocking 40mm and up. Now that will make men shy around  a powerful woman.

Here’s a great example of a women wearing Men’s Luxury watches.  At this point in age, I don’t even think I should call them Men’s Luxury Watches, just call them Luxury Watches.  This is the beautiful actress Charlize Theron wearing a 40mm Rolex Submariner.  It really fits her well, as she is dressed casual in this picture while eating popcorn front row at a basketball game.

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Lately, on social media I’ve seen a lot of classy women starting to wear men’s luxury watch and guess what?  It really looks good on them.  We’re so used to seeing women in these dainty watches that I have always wondered,

“How in the hell can they see the time.., That watch is so small.”


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MY WIFE ROCKING A

TWO TONE ROLEX SUBMARINER

Am I against it?  I can honestly say NO.  First, if a woman can afford and Rolex Daytona then more power to her.  She can floss it all day like nobody’s business.  I know what might go through others minds,

“That’s probably her husband’s watch.”


Hey, women are making as much or even more than men now.  There are a lot of powerful successful women in the world.  And we have to respect that… We almost had a women president.  The other day I saw an older seasoned women wearing a 40mm Presidential 18k yellow gold with a black face Rolex.  Oh my God, my eyes just gravitated towards her wrist.  No question that watch was hers.  I was very impressed.

If I were to vote for a woman President it would definitely be Sandra Bullock.  She’s Classy, Beautiful, and Smart.

Sandra Bullock rocking a Rolex Daytona

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My wife is always asking me what my fascination with watches are.  She’s finally understanding that it’s therapy for me.  “An Expensive Therapy.”  I want to let her have the experience of owning her own Luxury watch.  I wanted to buy her a Rolex 31mm DateJust and she didn’t like the size.

“That’s what she said.”

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The great thing about having women wearing men’s luxury watches is that, you guys can swop watches through out the week.  Or even buy her a watch that you like she might not accept it and let you keep it.

Just recently I’ve noticed that my watches go with some of the shoes that my wife rocks… and she makes sure she does.

Here’s another shot of my Submariner on my wife’s wrist while shopping for water.  It looks like a bracelet on her.  But at least when other men see her $10,000 wedding ring and $13,000 Rolex watch, they will think she’s very high maintenance and leave her alone.  “You can’t afford her…” LMAO

In the end, I find it attractive to see a women in a man’s luxury watch.  What I don’t want to happen is, women start using luxury watches as empowerment.  A lot men on social media feel their watches make them.  And all they do is show off fake watches, trying to floss knowing they still live with their mothers.

“The watch does not make the man, the struggle makes the man.”

To quote my favorite YouTube watch Vlogger, Paul Pluta.

I want to see a woman in a 18k Gold 44mm Yacht Master II and think to myself,

“That woman is a hard worker and

her rewards are warranted.”  


Here’s my lastest visit to Royal Maui Jewlers checking out the $43,000 Yacht Master II.

Here’s the picture of the Rolex Oyster Perpetual DateJust with flowers on it.  It looks good but I rather see the men’s version on a woman.

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