Watch with a pink dial

Wrist Watch

For quite a long time, pink had a bad reputation, due to gender stereotypes and an impressive list of established associations. Curiously, it was the watch brands that were among the first who decided to get rid of the burdensome cultural baggage and unfair attitude towards pink color scheme.

By the way, this was not a spontaneous decision dictated by trends or a change in fashion trends. The use of the widest palette of pink shades, from delicate salmon to acid fuchsia, has become a conscious choice in favor of the possibility of self-expression and expansion of the style range of watches.

We are of the opinion that the time has come to give pink a chance and we have two compelling arguments in favor of this statement! Let's talk!

Pink color for women

Watches in pink colors can be a worthy replacement for precious jewelry. Including during evening outings. Examples include Kaia Gerber at the debut Met Gala 2021, during which the model shone in an Oscar de la Renta dress, complemented by an Omega watch. Even though she wore a classic watch in black on her wrist, we're sure a model in pink would have looked just as impressive.

In addition, for lovers of monochrome and understated minimalism, a pink watch is a great way to freshen up your look and add color to it without leaving your comfort zone. The main thing is to choose a shade that will best match your personal preferences, wardrobe and even skin tone (in case there is a task to purchase the most versatile watch for every day).

pink color for men

Think of the Rolex Oyster Perpetual in the softest shade of cotton candy, take a look at the Oris Divers Sixty-Five with a pastel pink dial, and even add limited-edition Cuervo y Sobrinos in salmon. Apart from the aforementioned "refreshing" effect, the pink color scheme works great with the overall mood of the watch.

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This is especially true for minimalist models, where color is almost the dominant design element, and, conversely, for the most functional watches in massive cases (for example, delicate pastel shades visually “soften” and “calm down” even frankly brutal designs of the same G- shock).

Of course, this is not a universal option “for every day”, but if you want to replenish the base with unusual watches with expressive personality and the ability to add dynamics and lightness to the image, then a watch with a pink dial will perfectly cope with the task.