Fall Watch Trends 2009 (Sponsored)

TimexRed.jpgWhether your style is cozy chic, feminine and flirty, bold and sophisticated or relaxed and rugged, we’ve translated this season’s hottest trends to help you create a chic and timely head-to-wrist look.

The Knitting Factory

Knit a chunky timepiece into your weekend sweater look.

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A big chunky watch is the perfect pairing for a big chunky sweater. Our favorite picks from Timex include the Timex SL Series® Chronograph with a brown leather croco strap (top, $150) and the Men’s Style watch with INDIGLO® night-light (bottom, $50).

Sweater: Vince Hexagon Knit Cashmere Sweater, $245 at saks.com

What A Flirt

Celebrate feminine style with ruffles, bows and delicate, flirty watches.

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The Timex Crystal Collection is the ultimate tribute to femininity, making it the perfect pairing for the looks above. Featuring genuine Swarovski® crystals, the watches shown here cost $100 and $85, making everyday luxury affordable.

Blouse: Escada Printed Silk Blouse; Skirt: Escada Twist-Detail Pencil Skirt, $750 at neimanmarcus.com

Seeing Red

Vibrant red on scarves, coats, shoes and watches is the perfect antidote to winter’s basic black uniform.

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The Women’s Timex T Series® Chronograph and Men’s Timex T Series® Racing Chronograph feature intricate details and red leather straps to brighten up any dreary winter day. Both styles shown here cost $120.

Coat: Tory Burch Mathias Coat, $675 at toryburch.com

Workin’ It Work Wear

Head west with well-worn jeans, workwear inspired shirts, cowboy boots and vintage-looking watch with a soon-to-be beat-up strap.

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The Timex T Series® Chronograph ($120) has a vintage look that makes it the perfect work wear time piece while the Timex T Series® Perpetual Calendar watch ($110) looks like a well-loved favorite passed down through generations.

Shirt: Drew Black/White/Red Side Snap Fawn Top, $120 at luvcharlie.com

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