Editor's note: The two-tone watch seems to be having a resurgence of late, especially in the design studio of Tudor. While we first saw this in a subdued black dial Tudor S&G, the following year they gave us a champagne dial, and this year a two-tone chronograph on a bund strap no less. But two-tone watches aren't always easy to pull off, with the spectre of the '80s looming large in the peripheries of people's minds. To help you reconcile your desire to buy a two-tone watch, and your discomfort with Wall Street stereotypes, we have created a handy guide for you on how you can approach this bi-colour problem.* Now, if you've watched my review of the Tudor S&G you'll know that I'm #team2tone all the way, but the thing is, I don't *really* know how to wear it. I mean, I think I'd be OK in more formal settings just pair it with a suit and away you go, but in every other part of my life not so sure. I've got two-tone anxiety, and I'm sure I'm not the only one. Because, much as we're all aware that the mix of precious and plain metals…

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