The people behind Cluse truly believe that beauty is in the simplicity of things. That ideal is reflected in all their products, including their wonderfully minimalistic watches. While the minimalism movement has seeped through every aspect of today’s fashion industry, there’s something to say about a simplistic watch that also somehow manages to exude luxury and sophistication. This is exactly what Cluse offers all of its many users. The quality of Cluse timepieces is apparent in one glance, and the watches are a constant reminder that there’s beauty in everything—even on your wrist. Here are the five best Cluse watches you could buy on the market today.
1. La Garçonne Gold/Black
The combination of black and gold is classic, but this watch takes it to another level with its design. The plain black leather is a striking contrast to the gold casing and dial. As with all Cluse products, the dial is as subtle as could be with its linear markings and matching linear hands. The gold crown sticks out far enough to be a noticeable detail, but it’s the golden clasp that ties it all together. This watch is the perfect complement to your everyday working outfit, especially since the colors are neutral enough to go with absolutely anything you could possibly wear. There’s also an understated masculine characteristic to this watch that almost qualifies it to be a unisex device.
2. La Roche Petite Rose Gold White Marble/Grey
The marble print has been trending for the past year now, and it’s understandable why. Marble has always been representative of class and elegance—much like how the Greek gods and goddesses were depicted in marble to represent the same. This Cluse watch has a subtle marble design on its dial that’s encased in a rose gold tone. The result is a classic beauty of a timepiece. The watch completely does away with the markers because anything else on this face would almost blemish it. The linear hands are enough for timekeeping. The soft grey leather bands are also the perfect accompaniment to this sculpture of a watch.
3. La Vedette Mesh Gold/White
This Cluse watch is only 24mm wide; it’s wonderfully dainty on the wrist and elegantly designed. The narrow gold mesh straps are reminiscent of old Hollywood. The white dial is as clean as the linear markers that are in it. The Roman numeral on the 12 o’clock mark is a beautiful little detail that just adds a touch more personality to this already intriguing piece. The only accessory missing her is your red lipstick. You can wear this watch during the day or wear it at night. You can dress this watch up or dress it down—it all depends on your mood. But this La Vedette watch is as versatile as any other watch could be.
4. La Bohème Mesh Silver/White
If you’re looking for a silver tone watch, there’s no better way to go that with this Cluse beauty. The understated simplicity of this watch is something that you really can’t find anywhere else. Most other silver tone watches you can find from other brands just contain too much clutter. Cluse allows the watch itself to shine through. The silver mesh on this watch is beautiful, especially when it’s reflecting any type of light. The white dial is the perfect complement to the silver, blending in seamlessly into one great design. All the linear markers just add a touch of modern to this otherwise classic timepiece.
5. Minuit La Perle Silver White Pearl/White
This is probably one of Cluse’s most unique watches. The dial is made out of natural mother of pearl, and the resulting finish is almost dreamy. It’s encased in a silver halo that leads into even more white with the straps. Let’s talk about that dial again and how wonderfully minimalistic it is. There are no markers that would take away from the beauty of the dial itself. You might find yourself constantly looking at this watch just in admiration of its design. The white watch is perfect for any occasion—even if that occasion is in celebration of daily life. No other watch could better represent Cluse’s philosophy other than this Minuit watch.
Written by Garrett Parker
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