Minimalism was an avant-garde movement in the arts during the 1950s that later became a lifestyle. A minimalist learns to live with less and focuses on the necessary by getting rid of stuff and eliminating clutter. The concept became popular in other fields including architecture, home decor, fashion design, and even in watch crafting. A minimalist watch focuses on a timepiece’s purpose–to tell the time without cluttering the dial with decorative accents and all the bells and whistles of a luxury watch.
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Classic Sheffield Watch by Daniel Wellington
GUESS Ionic Plated Watch
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But a minimalist watch doesn’t mean minimal options. They’re available in many styles from vintage to modern and with a variety of features. Minimalist watches are great for a variety of occasions and transition easily from everyday to formal wear. Choosing a minimalist watch is no less involved than choosing any watch. Our collection showcases some of the best minimalist watches to help you find the right style for you.