Sneakers with tuxes, no ties at the office or a blazer with sweatpants—just about anything goes in terms of dress codes these days and the WFH post-pandemic era has only driven the message home further. So, why not throw out the rule book for your timepieces while you are at it? Here we illustrate how a Cartier Tank Louis Cartier looks just as good with a Herno puffer vest and Celine by Hedi Slimane sweater as it does beneath your suit cuff. Bulgari’s ultra-light and ultra-tough titanium Chrono GMT is equipped for everything from the gym to the boardroom. And Blancpain makes a strong case for why a dive watch doesn’t have to be sidelined to sporting or water born activities. Its Sedna gold Fifty Fathoms Bathyscape with a striking blue dial can be dressed up with an Officine Générale wool flannel jacket, but pairing the ensemble with a cotton denim shirt takes the look from stiff to laid-back sophistication. But you can even take a casual timekeeper and spiff it up a notch. Case in point: Hermès’ new H08 watch looks sharp en noir when paired with a Ralph Lauren tux, but could easily be rocked with jeans. Go on, give yourself an excuse to put your valuables from the vault in constant rotation.