Double Time: A Two-Tone Trend Has Hit the Watch Industry

For those watch-wearers who feel drawn to more than one color, this trend is a perfect fit.

Pattern mixing, unexpected color combinations, and an all-out sense of irreverence dominated fashion runways in September. So, unexpected pairings were bound to arrive on the wrist. A split personality is one of the biggest new trends in timepieces, with two (or more) colors fighting for time.

Whether you're looking for a stunning timepiece for someone special in your life (just in time for the holidays) or you're ready to treat yourself to a new watch from one of the iconic brands below, we've got a feeling you'll enjoy scrolling through these beauties.

Below, we round up some of the most stylish two-tone luxury watches on the market right now.


Courtesy Cartier 

The Cartier Santos-Dumont is carefully crafted from luxury steel, rose gold, and alligator, and runs fully automatic.

To buy:, $5,600


Courtesy Tiffany

The Tiffany & Co. East West in stainless steel and calf-leather is, true to form, an eye-catcher in the traditional Tiffany blue and bright white.

To buy:, $3,600


Courtesy Tudor

This beautiful piece from Tudor, called the Back Bay Chronograph, comes in yellow gold and stainless steel, creating a particularly flashy contrast.

To buy:, $6,800


Courtesy Apple 

Why opt for the original Apple Watch when you can have the two-toned Apple Watch Hermès Single Tour? Talk about some serious style.

To buy:, $1,300


Alain Costa/Courtesy Rolex 

The Rolex Sea-Dweller in Oystersteel and yellow gold is a twist on a true classic, perfect for the modern man who wants a stylish timepiece that can go seamlessly from day to night.

To buy:, $16,050


Courtesy Shinola 

Shinola Cass features a wrist strap of olive-green leather on one side of the watch face and light brown leather on the other side.

To buy:, $650


Courtesy Bremont 

The utilitarian Bremont Supermarine S300 is all about nautical vibes with the silver and black striped strap.

To buy:, $4,100