Kenneth Cole is one of the leading men’s fashion brands since the 80s. Their ability to keep up with the trends has been their ticket to surviving the fashion world and the fads that come and go. Kenneth Cole may have started off as a shoe company, but all their other product lines are just as good, especially their watch line. Kenneth Cole watches are great fashion pieces, but they’re also worthy timepieces to keep in a collection. The brand has found a way to balance functionality and style while being affordable—something that’s hard to come by these days. Here are the five best Kenneth Cole watches on the market today.
Automatic Gold-Tone Stainless Steel Watch
This is one of Kenneth Cole’s most unique-looking watches with its rugged skeleton dial combined with the elegance of the gold tone. Everything in this watch is gold—the metal bracelet and clasp, the 43mm round case, the bezel, the dial, and more. Apart from the skeleton dial, the silver-tone details add something unique and industrial to the look. It’s definitely a nice touch. The linear markers add sophistication like no other. This watch uses an automatic movement and has water resistance capability of up to 30 meters. When you use this watch, you’ll probably be too dressed up to get wet, so that shouldn’t be anything to worry about.
Black Gold-Tone Stainless Steel Multifunction Watch
If you’re looking for a watch that’s sleek yet cool, this is the watch to go. It has an air of cool strength that’s somehow reminiscent of James Bond. The watch is subtle yet it has a strong appeal. The all-black features are striking, but the addition of the golden linear markers is as elegant as could be. The simple linear hands add to this elegance as it creates angular shapes as time moves along. The three sub dials add a nice touch and functionality to the watch as well. Given that its water resistant up to 30 meters, you’ll never have to worry if you do end up in a water chase.
Rose Gold-Tone Dark Blue Stainless Steel Watch
Dressing up with this watch should be fun, but this watch can very well be your everyday go-to watch especially if you like blue. There’s something different about the color combinations here. You’ve got the silver-tone stainless steel mesh giving you a nice casual look. Then you have the rose gold casing that adds a bit of elegance along with the matching linear markers. The dark blue dial creates a totally unique personality for the watch depending on what else you wear with it that day. Then you also have the multifunctional silver-tone sub dials that ties it all back together. It’s a well thought out timepiece, and at 46mm it’s also a statement on your wrist.
Gunmetal Stainless Steel Blue Multifunction Watch
This is probably the most masculine watch on the list. The gunmetal finish on the stainless steel bracelet and casing does it along with the triple functional crowns on the right side of the watch. The blue dial and the silver-tone details of the linear markers and linear hands balance all the gunmetal. The sub dials carry the same coloring, which adds to the overall simplicity of the design. This 44mm watch is water resistant up to 30 meters and contains a data display on the right. Kenneth Cole has designed a watch here that will go well with anything you wear and for whatever occasion.
Light Grey Stainless Steel Dark Brown Watch
Talk about unique qualities--there probably is no other watch like this out there. The dark brown stainless steel bracelet is something that we've never really seen before, and it's almost reminiscent of dark brown leather. The most interesting thing about this watch is that it's combined with a light grey finish on the dial. It's something that most people won't put together, but it definitely works on this watch. The simplicity of it all is outstanding with the linear markers again and the typical linear hands. It brings it all down to the level of what watches are intended for to begin with and it does it with such style and grace. The watch is also water resistant up to 30 meters.
Written by Garrett Parker
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