With Melbourne's world famous Spring Racing Carnival now in full swing, there's a fair bit of chatter about what sort of watch you should be wearing to accompany your (let's face it) inevitably blue suit. Now, if you're planning to rock a three-piece, firstly kudos to you, and secondly, definitely consider a pocket watch Longines has just released a great example, which actually honours their long affiliation with the noble sport of horse racing. However, for the rest of us who are planning to keep time via a wrist-worn timepiece, there are a great many options for such an occasion, and while we understand that personal preference will always dictate the end result, there certainly are criteria that should be abided by. For a start, suit means shirt, and shirt means cuffs, so the watch you wear absolutely cannot be some 45mm, 20mm-thick leviathan that sticks out like a horse's you get the picture. No, a shirt cuff requires a watch that's relatively thin and preferably no larger than 41mm. In addition, the timepiece you don for a day out with the ponies should be relatively elegant and simple, free from gaudy colours, OTT dial designs or obscene…

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