Thread Etiquette Watches & Accessories

By: on November 17, 2016
  • Thread Etiquette Watches & Accessories
  • Thread Etiquette Watches & Accessories
  • Thread Etiquette Watches & Accessories
  • Thread Etiquette Watches & Accessories
  • Thread Etiquette Watches & Accessories
  • Thread Etiquette Watches & Accessories
$15 - $115
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Thread Etiquette thrives on creating time that's timeless and accessories accessible to everyone. They design their watches and bracelets to reflect a minimalist aesthetic, and using high quality leather, canvas, crystal, and brass materials, so the pieces weather the "changing tides and seasons" uncompromised in both style and function.

t.e. also casts aside delineations between masculine and feminine wristwear, crafting their entire line to be transcendent of gender. That is, a t.e. Chrono watch and Anchor bracelet should look as bangin' on your lady's wrist as it does on yours. The company caps off its timelessness and accessibility with modest pricing and pieces that accommodate a range of preferred spending levels, from beaded bracelets that start at $15 and Anchor bracelets at $27, to watches in the low $100s.

For the holiday season, Thread Etiquette is also offering an additional perk to Dude readers. Click here to check our their collection of arm bling, and get $30 off any watch for yourself, or to gift to someone else, using the code Dude30 at checkout. t.e. provides free shipping worldwide.

Thread Etiquette watches come in 4 different styles:

  • Chrono, with dotted hour and minute markers around the periphery of otherwise clean, simple black or white faces. Choose from black, gray, or tan leather bands.
  • Classic, with more traditional hour / minute hash marks, delicate hands, and a variety of face and band color combinations.
  • Minimalist, a more modern update of the Classic.
  • Sport, your rugged, weekend companion available in a mix of preppy, nautical, and classic nylon bands.

Wraparound Anchor bracelets come in a wide range of anchor and band colors and materials, as do the eclectic t.e. beaded slip-ons.

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My MUG Indestructible Ceramic Coffee Mug

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Ritot Projection Watch

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