When putting together an #OOTD, I’ve always been of the mind that it’s the details that make the difference, be it finding a stylish piece of outerwear on a breezy day, topping off a spring or summer look with a minimal, classic ballcap, or putting on one of the best watches for men right before you head out the door.
And if you can save a buck or two in the process of putting together that #OOTD? That’s all the better, and that’s where today’s Tuesday Steal is going to help you out in a major way. That’s because we’re heading over to standout men’s lifestyle retailer Bespoke Post to shop the acclaimed site’s sale that just so happens to feature one of your new favorite watches.
Now, we’re coming off a busy weekend of Memorial Day sales, but the chance to save 20 percent on Nixon men’s watches is too good to pass up, is it not?
And while Nixon also makes a standout selection of everyday carry gear for men, I think it’s the Nixon Sentry Leather Watch that should be on your radar right now for about 20 percent off. Crucially, it’s a streamlined, relatively minimal leather watch with a crisp dial that can be dressed up or dressed down.
Case in point: Pair it with everything from your favorite pocket tee or cotton polo and chino shorts to navy trousers and a classic Oxford shirt at the office. Yes indeed, the Nixon Sentry Leather Watch is that versatile, my friends.
In my experience, Nixon leather watches are both durable and affordable, priced nicely and designed with versatile style in mind. That’s crucial in this day and age, especially if you want to upgrade your watch collection without spending an arm and a leg.
And the Nixon Sentry Leather Watch (priced below $150 when on sale) boasts useful details, from a day and date window to a nicely sized 42mm case that should work on most wrists.
Beyond that, the Nixon Sentry Leather Watch comes in handsome combinations like Gunmetal and Black, or Brass and Brown (my personal favorite). Upgrading your wrist game on a budget just got easier, so don’t sleep on this post-Memorial Day sale from Nixon.