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Gucci
Gucci G-Timeless | The best watches for your Groom from The Watch Gallery
Frederique
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Frederique Constant Slimline | The best watches for your Groom from The Watch Gallery
Baume & Mercier
Baume & Mercier
Baume & Mercier Clifton | The best watches for your Groom from The Watch Gallery
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Longines Master Chronograph | The best watches for your Groom from The Watch Gallery
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Burberry The City Chronograph Quartz | The best watches for your Groom from The Watch Gallery
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The Best Gift Watches For Your Groom.

The Watch Gallery Team: Wedding day memories last forever – that’s a given. The dress, the ring, the reception: all these things come together for a truly timeless day. But, how can you ensure memories exist outside the usual realm of photo albums and the rock on your finger? Make some time for your Groom with a luxury timepiece.

A classic watch is most certainly the order of the day. Timeless in design (pardon the pun), a traditional choice will accompany both a simple or complex suit with maximum impact. A fine watch often lasts from generation to generation, so it’s well worth investing a few extra pounds to make sure your gift is as memorable as can be.

Read on for some horological inspiration.

Gucci G-Timeless

Iconic splendour for every ensemble, the Gucci G-Timeless is a flawless blend of Italian luxury and Swiss craftsmanship. A cream dial is complemented with a diamond central pattern and a sun-brushed G shape adds that iconic Gucci touch. A date function at four o’clock, index markers and anti-reflective sapphire crystal glass provide technical durability so that your groom can own a watch that performs both style and function.

Frederique Constant Slimline

Perfect for a suit outside the monochrome realm, a Frederique Constant Slimline is endlessly subtle and eternally classic. Traditional design often outlasts contemporary trends and this watch’s elegant design will serve a perfect memory. Complete with a 40mm gold plated case, brown alligator strap and water resistance to 60m (just in case the man of your dreams ends up in a splash).

Baume & Mercier Clifton

Clean, classic and cohesive, the Baume & Mercier Clifton is an exceptional choice. This luxurious timepiece offers a complicated moonphase – the direct result of hours upon hours fine watchmaking craftsmanship. Baume & Mercier truly is a brand for those ‘in the know’ when it comes to haute horology and your groom can champion one of the best Swiss brands available.

Longines Master Chronograph

The Longines Master Chronograph is a great spin on the usual format as sportswear elements deliver heightened masculinity and robust appeal. An open caseback displays the meticulous inner workings of this watch all set within a polished steel case so that your groom can see every cog of craftsmanship. Complete with three polished sub-dials and striking blue hands.

Burberry The City Chronograph

Pioneering the best of British, this Burberry watch adds instant recognition and incomparable luxury. A steel design grants a modern touch and could be great in contrasting both the classic and the contemporary. Features include scratch resistant sapphire crystal glass, three sub-dials and angular shaping patterns upon the dial.

Head to the Watch Gallery website for even more ideas for gifts for your Groom.

Author: Fern Godfrey
Fern spends most of her time dreaming about weddings and trying to convince her long-suffering boyfriend to propose. Lucky enough to live in sunny Cornwall, if you need her – you’ll find her at beach.

3 thoughts on “The Best Gift Watches For Your Groom.

  1. Hola Fern! How are you doing my lovely? I just wanted to say that as a Brideling-to-be I tried really hard not to be cliche and buy my groom-to-be a watch. But you know what, it’s cliche for a reason and that reason is exactly as you’ve said above – it is timeless (pun away – love ’em) Also for boys (and men) that don’t like stuff… there really aren’t that many options.

    Jack doesn’t wear his wedding ring everyday. We knew that was going to be the case before the wedding because he really isn’t a jewellry guy, but I was adamant that I wanted him to have a ring so that we have the option to pass it on to our next generation (as my dad did to me and my sis as he never wears his ring – builders!)

    I really saved and invested in a fancy watch for Jack and i am so glad that I did. He wears it every single day. He gets a lot of bro love from men he has meetings with to random men in bars – it’s a real talking point among some men! It now feels lovely that although i totally skinted myself to buy it, that it is something that he truly truly adores (like I do my wedding and engagement ring) and unlike being connected to a christmas or a birthday, it is connected to our marriage not just our wedding day.

    So, long story short, don’t worry about being a cliche ladies – buy the watch! Some lovely tick tocks here, Fern!

    Whoop! So happy for all you December brides out there xx

    1. Hi Nicola!!

      I’m good thank you and thanks for your comment – I agree, watches are always going to be a great present.

      I did a post a few weeks ago now about the best gifts for your Groom https://www.rockmywedding.co.uk/the-best-wedding-gift-ideas-for-grooms/ (didn’t actually include watches as I knew we had this post coming up) and I said to Matt – what would you like me to give you on the morning of our wedding? And he said – either time to go surfing…or a Breitling (!) https://www.thewatchgallery.com/breitling-watches

      Like Jack, I can’t see Matt wearing his wedding ring as he’s so not a jewellery person – so I suppose I better get saving now!! Those Breitlings are an investment!!!

      Fern x

  2. Watch is not just a fashionable item today; it’s also a very useful gadget also. So choosing watch as a gift for your groom is a nice idea. Because it hold its hand with your love and reflect personality also. Thanks for sharing this post.

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