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Once upon a time, men wore watches to keep track of the hours. Not so much anymore. If you’re like most guys, you have a smartphone that tells you the time just fine. So nowadays, timepieces have become even more of a fashion statement! You wear one as an accessory to match your outfit or communicate something about your style.

And the racetrack is a place to make sure that you convince the ladies that you’re a gentleman of style and sophistication. Like any other piece in your wardrobe, your watch needs to make sense with the rest of what you’re wearing. Here’s what you should keep in mind.

A. It may sound old-fashioned, but when wearing a leather-strap watch, you’re always safe matching the strap to your shoes - brown and brown, black and black.

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B. If you sport a distinct style - let’s say you’re into the whole prepster thing, or maybe you’re a minimalist guy - keep it consistent. Your watch should be of that style, too.

C. A watch with a plain black or white face - and a leather strap or a steel bracelet - will go with everything.

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D. Finally, if you’re heading to a classy event, make sure you’ve got a formal-minded watch. Leave the dual-compass waterproof rock at home. Instead, opt for a slim, unadorned timepiece with a black leather band. A formal watch should keep time, not flash it.

Depending on your personal style and preference there are plenty of different designs and looks to choose from these days for men, and there are many designs and looks that will have the ladies definitely checking you out.

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Fashion at the Races, LLC.

Fashion at the Races was formed by Bri Mott with the one mission of improving the image of the American Racing industry. After looking around the world at the different countries that have thriving industries, it was decided that they needed to bring a whole new generation to the track to enjoy its magic. Through a mixture of Fashion and Racing, Fashion at the Races hopes to educate people about the wonderful social side that exists on the racedays along with the amazing animals on the track. With the Fashions on the Field event leading the assault, we hope to entice people to come to the track to see something new, to experience a fun day and to fall in love with the amazing place that is the races!

Through a mixture of fashion and racing, FATR works to educate people about the wonderful social side that exisits on the racedays along with the amazing animals on the track.Bri represents Fashion at the Races, a company that showcases the fabulous fashion at the horse races.

Besides, why should the horses get all the attention? ;)

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Fashion at the Races, LLC.

Fashion at the Races was formed by Bri Mott with the one mission of improving the image of the American Racing industry. After looking around the world at the different countries that have thriving industries, it was decided that they needed to bring a whole new generation to the track to enjoy its magic. Through a mixture of Fashion and Racing, Fashion at the Races hopes to educate people about the wonderful social side that exists on the racedays along with the amazing animals on the track. With the Fashions on the Field event leading the assault, we hope to entice people to come to the track to see something new, to experience a fun day and to fall in love with the amazing place that is the races!

Through a mixture of fashion and racing, FATR works to educate people about the wonderful social side that exisits on the racedays along with the amazing animals on the track.Bri represents Fashion at the Races, a company that showcases the fabulous fashion at the horse races.

Besides, why should the horses get all the attention? ;)

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