Behold, readers. I present to you, the sexiest watches ever constructed. Whether you’re wearing a suit, or keeping it casual, wearing one of these is a surefire way to gain some attention. Be aware, however, if you’re a buck-toothed, atomic weapon of a face, smelly SOB, wearing one of these is not going to get you laid. You have been warned.
Without further adieu, let’s get sexy:
The powerhouse known as Jaeger-LeCoultre bring us our first example. The Duometre Chronograph measures in at a manly 42mm and presents us with a busy, but readable chronograph layout, but that’s not even the best part. Flip the Duometre open, and prepare to lose your shit. In fact, I wouldn’t be opposed to wearing it movement up…
Yes, I am Genta fanboy, and yes the next piece is…you guessed it, a Genta. The 15202 is a reissue of the iconic 5402 and is presented in a finely finished steel case and bracelet, which arguably is one of the best in the business. The edges, the brushed steel, and the waffle looking dial make this piece very masculine with just enough “formal” to make it universally easy to wear while on a consulting job, or while sipping drinks.
Patek Philippe is not known for their large watches, so when they released the reference 5070, even those unfortunate souls with freakishly large wrists were now capable of wearing a Patek. White gold or yellow, the 5070 is without a doubt, one of the best looking watches the brand has ever released. The dial layout combined with the fairly thick bezel gives the piece a commanding look that works stupendously well with the proper cuff link.
The IWC Portuguese Perpetual Calendar is worn only by the worlds best looking people. Fact. Another fun fact about the Portuguese is that the dial layout is perfection. As busy as the dial is, it still manages the ability to maintain readability, while offering two of the sexiest dial colors on the market- the semi dark blue, and slate gray as seen here.
The Rolex Daytona is one of the most iconic watches of all time. If Paul Newman wore them, there’s really not much else needed to be said. But since I’m on a roll, I’ll say that aesthetically, with every iteration with the exception of the Leopard and Rainbow models, the Daytona gets better, and better looking. Feast your eyes on the beautiful, yet subtle Platinum Daytona.
If you’re looking for something a little more “standoutish” to match the ebony wood in your Aston or Bentley, don’t fret upper class citizen. With every problem comes a solution, and in this case the solution is the Everose or “Chocolate Daytona”. Rejoice.
FP Journe makes some of the most complex watches in the world – this is not one of them. What this watch lacks in complexity, it makes up for in beauty. The blue dial on this watch has quite possibly the most beautiful shade of blue, EVER, as in for everything that’s ever been in blue. This is a really nice blue.
It seams that the house of Patek Philippe can do no wrong, even outside its control. When he left in 2008 to start his own brand, Laurent Ferrier didn’t just bring with him his impeccable finishing skills, but a sexy aesthetic as well. Ferrier’s brand has a formal, simplistic approach to dials and cases, which gives the watches a grown up look and feel as exhibited in this Gallet Travele. FACT: Ferrier’s can be found on the wrists of suave, fitted suit wearing individuals.
Finally, we arrive at a brand that usually puts birds in their minute repeaters. Not literally, don’t be dumb. This time Jaquet Droz opted out for the bird, and opted in for a large seconds hand, making the hours and minutes dial the sub-dial. With the perfectly executed gold border separating the light blue outer dial and white inner dial, with stunning yet subtle blue hands, this Grande Seconde watch is something that can be stared at for hours. Pun Intended.