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Q. My question is on the dial colors. I have browsed through some entry-level mechanicals and spotted colors that are out of the way. Most are dark red and orange and some lovely shades of blue, which I understand are not exactly what I can wear daily to work. So, back to the basics; what is better, white or black? Also, do black dials look better than the white ones?
– Does Angelina Jolie look hotter than Catherine Zeta Jones? Maybe to you; I find Zeta’s looks way better than Jolie’s; hell, than anyone else in Hollywood, give or take 50 years on either side. It all boils down to whom you got the hots for. I shall put away a white dial unless it’s a very classic-looking dress watch; even some of the reasonably-nice blue dials from Citizen and Grand Seiko, but you don’t need to follow my footsteps. Just make sure you don’t look cartoonish when you are in a dark suit or wearing a black tie. White is the safest (and the sanest) choice here. With a black dial, it will be too much of black you will be into; consider black when you are up for light-colored semi-formals. And since you already figured out that part about red and orange dials, I do not want to waste my time and energy commenting.