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How you qualified your work environment as being formal, I would go with the black dial and bezel as the more "dressier" watch. The blue dial and bezel would be probably more suitable for a casual Friday's watch.
 

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I have the blue version and it's awesome but the black is more suited if you want to go formal. It's thin, comfortable, very accurate and the PERFECT size at 41mm.

You'll love it.
 

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If you simply wanted a dive watch I’d vote for the blue but as you want it as a dressy piece too then go for the black.
 

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Black or blue sunburst. But blue flat, too casual.
 

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Black always makes for a better dress watch, unless it is dark blue and that certina is not
 

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Using 'casual' as a way to describe the style of dress is simply saying 'non-formal' to me when it comes to following the rules of convention. I think you'd have to get the biggest, brightest, 'look-at-me' watch for anyone to even question what's on your wrist in a non-formal setting these days. Maybe this:

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Using 'casual' as a way to describe the style of dress is simply saying 'non-formal' to me when it comes to following the rules of convention. I think you'd have to get the biggest, brightest, 'look-at-me' watch for anyone to even question what's on your wrist in a non-formal setting these days. Maybe this:

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I want this


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already posted here, sorry
 
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