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A simple Timex Weekender. Tells the time, has a back-light, is fairly durable. And still cheap enough (~$40) that you can afford to replace it if you manage to smash it up.
Are you speaking of this timex? I use this one in the field cuz its simple and does the job
Pretty sure it is this weekender. The jcrew's are pretty similar and I honestly like these more for a fourth of the cost.
I've been wearing the Timex Weekender for the past few weeks and I'm a fan. It's simple and cheap (cost, not quality), but pretty light-weight and comfortable.
The ticking is quite loud though; just in case that would bother you.
I got the Timex Weekender from Amazon. Its actually cheaper now than when I purchased it by $3. Then I purchased a strap from LakeHouseLeathers on Etsy. The owner is a Redditor who frequently posts discount codes on /r/frugalmalefashion.
it’s on amazon for $35
Lots of different options under the weekender.
Edit cause I haven’t had coffee yet.
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MFA often recommends the Timex Weekender which is on Amazon for <$30 right now.
Description: Time has come to cull the collection as it's grown beyond the capacity of my storage box. This Weekender measures 38 mm in diameter, the case is stainless steel, the crystal is a mineral crystal, band is a generic canvas NATO strap, movement is usual Timex quartz, 20mm lugs, and is in generally great shape. I have the original black band that it came with if you'd like it (it's kind of puny and frail). I've taken numerous detailed pictures for your consideration. Please let me know if you have any questions.
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You can actually get the black weekender for $28.10 on Amazon right now.
here you go
The watch: [link]
So this [link] but what strap do I get. I don't know the size. Oh I saw that edit but I like the more traditional look of this one.
(Take all of this with a grain of salt, as I am not extremely well versed in fashion and whatnot.)
Well, I'm sure you've thought of this but maybe consider losing weight, unless you're pretty light already. It should help slim your butt/thighs and maybe make your face more angular. Or you could do the opposite and build some upper body muscle, especially your shoulder, to create a more stereotypical masculine body shape.
As for dressing tips, I think the most important thing is to be confident and comfortable in what you wear. I personally wear jeans and hoodies/sweaters. I think half-zip sweaters, like this, look very masculine. I feel like men's and women's casual dress can be similar, but men's and women's dressy fashion is different. So if you're comfortable wearing dressier clothing, then maybe that'll help.
Consider buying a watch. For example, this Timex isn't expensive but still looks great. If you wear glasses, more angular frames may make your face look more masculine.
I would recommend Real Men Real Style when it comes to men's fashion.
I do think that we judge ourselves harder than is realistic when it comes to passing. You may look more masculine than you think!
Oh, that's just a regular ole Weekender off Amazon.
Nope, it's a simple little Timex watch I got from Amazon. Here's the link.
It worked on that one.
Can't go wrong with this, but the face may be busier than what you want.
Its a Timex Weekender
with a Nato Strap from Target.
This is most people's classic go-to simple watch: [link]
And you can put a nato strap on it.
If you put that brown band with a Timex Weekender w/ a black face, I think it'd look almost identical to the Hamilton. The only downside is the Weekender doesn't have the date option.