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A Watch-Lover’s Guide to Mixing Metals

Gone are the days of having to choose between gold, silver or rose-gold jewellery, and committing to wearing it from head-to-toe. The rising trend of mixing metals has thrown away all the rules when it comes to accessorizing, letting you mix and match to your heart’s content. 

Mixing metals strikes the perfect balance between cool and warm tones, and classic and modern. It also checks off multiple boxes at once, letting you show off your personal style and layer your favourite pieces together. A two-tone accessory, like a combination watch, is an easy and elegant way to dabble in the trend with minimal fuss. 

Click through for our favourite mixed metal timepieces from CITIZEN that’ll inspire and elevate your next ensemble.

 

Ceci ($695)

This elegant timepiece is all about easy sophistication with its mesh bracelet, diamond-decorated dial and rich cobalt blue accent on the crown. It’s the kind that works just as well with a crisp white shirt as it does with a summer dress. 

 

Silhouette Crystal ($450)

Crystals decorate the bezel and dial on this eye-catching two-tone watch, but it’s not all style and no substance. The analog timepiece also lets you keep track of the day, date and has 12/24-hour time. 

 

Disney Frozen II (Anna) ($695)

Named after Disney’s Frozen princess, this timepiece features elegant flourishes like thoughtfully placed diamonds, rose gold accents and a floral design on a Mother-of-Pearl dial. 

 

Axiom ($425)

This wear-anywhere watch shows off a sleek gold, stainless steel case and bracelet. Meanwhile, the eye-catching diamonds on the dial let you easily dress it up or down.

 

CITIZEN L Carina ($975)

Shine bright with a watch inspired by the constellations in the night sky. With carefully placed diamonds, this two-toned accessory is guaranteed to light up any room. 

 

Calendrier ($625)

Finding the perfect balance between simplicity and complexity, this rose gold-tone watch not only shows the month, day and date, but also keeps track of the phases of the moon. 

 

Stiletto ($625)

This striking watch—which boasts a rectangular case—is an effortless way to accessorize any outfit. With a unisex look and a lay-flat clasp, it’ll sit comfortably and stylishly on any wrist.

 

Corso ($325)

The two-tone band is complemented by subtle hints of gold on the dial, which illuminate the hour and minutes hand, and date. Wear it on its own or layer it with other jewellery. 

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