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It uses Japanese quartz movement and also comes with a black dial.

If Nato colours don’t work, then all the straps are interchangeable and there are six sleek black or brown leather options to choose from. Marc Jacobs Ladies Riley Bracelet Watch: £167, Watch Shop Marc Jacobs makes some seriously covetable watches and the brand’s perhaps best known for its bracelet-style offerings.

The Riley is one of our favourite, the dial’s smaller than some of the range (27.5mm), but you get four large numbers and a chunky three-link bracelet. Mondaine Evo Petite: £125.10, Amazon Based on the design of a Swiss railway clock, Mondaine’s Evo watches are instantly recognisable.

It’s the little details that make these stand out: the studied lack of branding and the textured leather strap.

It’s water resistant – swimming in shallow water is in, scuba diving is out – and uses Swiss-made quartz movement, a fact reflected in the price. Aark Collective Classic Tortoise: £115, Time By Me From two numbers to no numbers, we love this watch with a tortoiseshell rim by Aussie brand Aark.

You can also interchange it with any of Fossil’s 14mm straps.

The rose gold tone and numerals keeps things simple, but we like the little interesting touches, such as the distinctive red second hand.

The designs are shamelessly minimalist – no branding here – but also super-striking.

The casing is chunkier than some on the list and the black Italian leather strap makes it a bold bit of wristwear.

These are majority specialist watch brands that put an emphasis on design and function.

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