I wear either a suit or a sportscoat to work most days and I don't wear my Orange Monster at the office. IMO it just doesn't go well with that type of clothing.I wear mine for work but my other half thinks that I have terrible taste and that the OM is hiddeous. I'm wondering what comments other people get who wear theirs for work.
My sentiments exactly. I have worn an OM with a sportcoat and also have been wearing a black monster on a bracelet in an office setting (dress shirt & tie) for the past few weeks. Several compliments and I like the look and feel on my wrist. I wore a G shock to a meeting a couple of weeks ago without hesitation (has anyone seen Timothy Geithner or some of the other political or wall street guys with their G's? It is not uncommon!)I think it is also important on how we carry ourselves. If we are too concious about it and always casting furtive glances when we think ppl are looking at our watch then it does not say much about our deportment. Take it off.
If we are comfortable with how we carry ourselves then just wear it naturally and be happy about it.b-)
I think most of us buy the monsters because we like it and we like even better on our wrist. To hell with other ppl have say about it.:roll: I don't wear my watches to please other people. b-)
My 2 cents.
Really depends on the specific work situation and your office dress code. I wouldn't wear a diver with a suit and tie to a meeting. But in office casual dress, sure. If you are giving a presentation eyes should be focused on you and your material. Not on your wrist.I wear mine for work but my other half thinks that I have terrible taste and that the OM is hiddeous. I'm wondering what comments other people get who wear theirs for work.