Top 73 Line Tattoo Ideas [2021 Inspiration Guide]
For the open-minded man, line work tattoos are more than just minimalistic in terms of design. These clean, single black lines make a bold statement, yet their meaning can often be hidden in secrecy.
With the trend of black work tattoos on the rise among men, it’s easy to see where the idea of line work originated from. However, the concept has continued to evolve even further beyond abstract art. You’ll find line tattoos paired with everything from geometric shapes to animals, skulls and more.
For some gentlemen, this means tattoos with a single continuous line that brilliantly simplifies an otherwise complex piece of art. In other words, it takes considerable creative talent to go from intricate to simple while still getting your message across in a respectable manner. Perhaps, that’s why this new ink style is becoming so popular, so fast.
While it’s different and unconventional, the end results are still almost always remarkable to look at. Plus, on first glance it’s interesting to discover how something so minimal in design can be shielded with such secrecy in meaning.
Take a look at these top 75 best line tattoos for men and you’ll know exactly what I mean. From thin to thick, each features a unique sense of artistic style.
Line Tattoo Ideas
This is an epic black line skull, done in a fashion reminiscent of that freaky puppet in the film franchise Saw. The thick lines travel down the image with elegance. The most interesting parts of the piece though are the sections that would usually be tattooed as black holes. The gaps for the eyes, mouth and nose are drawn with subtle curvature in the line work.
The bear in this tattoo is given an abstract appearance by clever line use throughout the image coupled with cleverly implemented black work around the eyes, nose, and muzzle. The way the artist has achieved intensity in the creature’s eyes is kind of like dot work, but done on a bigger, bolder level.
Smaller images done with great verve and execution can leave a lasting impression. This minimalist design is simple, but the lines are straight and clean, creating a sharp piece of art in the abstract cross.
The combination of two ideas in this tattoo make for a brilliantly realized final image. The top of the tattoo features fat black coloring in the shape of a bear. It’s done by using a wide gauge needle and slowed down tattoo gun to create a sharpie effect. The rest of the tattoo are all lines, zigging, zagging, and flowing down the length of his arm with reckless abandon. Despite there being so many lines, you can track all of them from start to finish along his arm.
This piece is nicely drawn. Three differing styles of line work have been employed together to create a lovely band design. The work is deftly put together, with the red of the skinny line a standout contrast to the bigger, thicker black lines.
This minimalist pair of arrows are beautifully designed. They are perfectly paired mirrors of each other, with straight cores, black shaded iron style tips and well executed fletching.
This big, black, back bear looks like it’s been lifted from the gallery at the Prado and etched onto the subject’s skin. It is a brilliant execution of the line drawing abstract style. It’s like if you’d been asked to close your eyes and draw the bear without lifting your pen from the page.
When line work gets weird, it gets really, really, weird. This tattoo is a four piece of different designs linked together and overlapping. It reminds of a Joan Miro painting or sketch by Pablo Picasso when they may have had one or two.
The inking of this line tattoo would have taken a massive amount of time to design, create, and bring to life. Line after line, with few differences makes for an interesting cross between a topographical map image or a reading from an ECG machine.
Quite a funky take on a barcode for this forearm line tattoo. It uses only lines like hatches to create the code, rather than shading and perfectly straight lines of varying thickness.
This inner bicep tattoo is another well etched piece of artwork. The clarity of the black line work creates a well worked bull image. The traces of dot work just below the eye and on the horns are a nice touch to give him some solidity.
Another line work bear, with this incorporating geometric techniques throughout its sharp mixture of short, interconnected work on each triangular panel. By mixing up the thickness and angles of the lines inside the triangles, different parts of the bear are emphasized and his shape becomes clearer.
Wow. This delicate, intricately tattooed dove looks like a complex mathematics equation has been folded up with great care and turned into a beautiful bird. The mastery of the black line work of this piece is a case study in perfection, with the little nicks and folds being complemented by perfect circles and clean, straight lines aided by delicate dot work.
This double armband is given a unique cast by the artist’s creation of two keys amongst the blue black with clever use of negative space. By tattooing the keys back to front on each band a necessary level of individuality for them is also achieved.
The tattoo in this image is bold mixture of geometric pattern and black ink. It’s almost the herringbone type of pattern you find in high end bathroom tiles. By starting with black at the wrist and moving upward in lighter tones, the tattoo is given more artistic depth.
Quirky use of shapes creates a fascinating line drawing in this funky ode to 3D. It starts with a massive line drawn 2D circle, like one of those social media videos where teachers draw perfectly round shapes in one hit. Arrayed about the orb at various points are five interesting 3D shapes, including one resembling the Death Star from Star Wars. It’s weird, no doubt, but nicely executed.
This a perfectly done reverse black line tattoo. Being able to utilize negative space when creating a tattoo is a skill separating the also rans from the masters. The triangles used to resemble facets of the mountain, and the dots of the night sky, are never tattooed on to the subject. They are created by the expert use of black ink to create gaps where the lines would be. It’s a fantastic, high quality tattoo, that even the most introverted man would be happy to show off.
When you were in little school did you ever have a geometric ruler? Did you spend a whole bunch of pen ink and time just doodling hectic variations of circles by crafting line after line on a page? Well, this is the tattoo image representing that. Lines inked into the skin, time after time along the inside of the man’s arm, and each one distinguishable from the others.
This is a great mix of using line work style to create a Japanese theme. The key to this piece, as you’ll often find in the Irezumi style, is patterns created by lines working off one another to create sectioned pieces of the tattoo. Each separate tattoo element is delineated by a different angle or shape, that is then counter-balanced by the next one. This one could have each part colored in, however the black line work has been done so astutely that it’s better using only black.
As it is with a lot of other writing types, maths was never a strong suit. But the cleverly wrought design of this mathematically influenced wave is simply outstanding. All the elements of this piece are inked with great precision, from the dotted line, to the numbers, all the way through to the various parts making the triangle and wave.
Remember when you used to use Winamp or the first couple of mp3 audio formats back in the day to play music (Google it, kids)? This tattoo is your winamp skin come to life. Here, the lines bounce and wave along lines before meeting up at distinct points at either end. Also, note the positioning of this piece across his underarm from shoulder blade to bicep – it isn’t attempted very often, especially in a standalone image.
Fine line tattoos are often at their best when produced simply, with clarity in the image. This tattoo is an excellent example, mirroring the crisp image you’re asked to identify on an eye exam or on the print of a trendy T shirt. The letters have been drawn with effortless precision, and the crossed lines are straight and true.
This combination line work makes for an excellent lower arm piece, and almost qualifies as a half sleeve. The tick banding just under each elbow is nicely executed with the corresponding thin bands around the wrist making the tattoo an almost tribal design. Utilizing heavy dot work finishes the piece off nicely.
The pattern in this geometric art creates a unique finalized tattoo. The solid lines aren’t too thick – they operate in straight lines and rather than curves to show their fit against each, while the canny use of zero space gives the image a wildly angular zebra feeling.
The bold line work of this half leg sleeve is interesting. The artwork uses an excellent pattern grouping to make thick jungle foliage in the underlying part of the image, topped off to great effect by the leaking ink effect over the top. It looks similar in fashion to how blood would flow from a wound.
Another piece that calls back in time to when you were kid, messing about and drawing around your hand when you were bored in class. The artist has created a nicely flowing thin line piece in tricky to tattoo areas. It’s quite an effective example of a well-drawn minimalist fine black line work.
This solid black line tattoo has been precisely executed. There is little margin for error when working with different moving shapes – the edge of hand, outer thumb, and forefinger all have different tendencies – to create a simple black line drawing that matches up with the rest.
This geometric line tattoo reminds of when the big audio video feed in the club was accidently cut, and you had to spend a long period of time looking at a big screen .WAV file as EDM pumped out from the woofers. The only difference in this one is there are no poorly prepared barman trying to replace the kaleidoscope with a funky lightshow.
There are numerous top-quality elements to this combination artwork. First, by expertly using large swathes of flat back color, you can’t be sure if the piece is a cover up or just designed to be a color in. Secondly, the black linework in the tattoo is exquisite, especially the use of circles ‘cut’ into an interesting pattern by the tattoo’s border. Finally, the new lines, shading, and flat black elements work well together in creating synergy from his previous work to his new work.
Line tattoos can often look effortless. This leg tattoo does so through the flowing, tightly controlled patterns of the mid-size black lines. It doesn’t quite reach the level of a tribal design, but the lines are reminiscent of a plant or broom shape in a Celtic crossover.
This funky chest tattoo is another example set by innovative use of a geometric ruler. The fine black lines in this tattoo use the shape available along the chest to create a symmetrical, taut tattoo that’s skilfully centred out from the breastbone.
Another fine, line-tattoo take on the interplay of geometry, this piece almost looks like an abstract rocket ship shooting down his arm and off his wrist. The asterisks here create slightly different shapes, providing counterbalance to the circles and dots elsewhere in the work.
This abstract gorilla screams NYC post grunge rock band concept album cover. All it’s missing are tight fitting leathers, overlarge sunglasses, and pastel scarves in the band photo on the back. The piece is wildly successful at combining negative space elements to the left of the different thickness fine black lines with simple use of sharp dot work on the right. These are small flourishes that provide a great deal of depth and add intrigue to the entire tattoo.
Thick bands down through to skinny bands as the lower forearm gets to the wrist. In theory it’s a simple tattoo but execution of spacing and clean, crisp line work makes for a spot on expression of personal body art.
It would be interesting to know where these bands of line work commence. If it’s up at the top of the arm, it could be a pretty odd look – kind of like a mime’s T shirt. If the tightly packed black blue bands only run from below the elbow to the middle of the lower forearm than the piece would likely be more effective.
The body art here is well positioned in the middle of the chest. Usually, the hourglass would be an intensely drawn, highly detailed focal point of the work but instead in this piece it’s a focal point because of the absence of ink. The use of angled linework to create 3D weight to the outline really supports the emptiness of the central concept, reminding of a hollowed-out gourd or pumpkin.
This geometric tattoo is bad ass. Using the hexagonal shaping herringbone fashion really makes the total image pop. The masterfully interlinked design elements bounce off each other brilliantly. The stark line work at the top transitions into the fat black hexes delineated by carefully controlled negative space. From here they streak out and further down to a madly drawn collection of black lines, finished off by more hexagons – hollow this time – at the wrist. You won’t see a better crafted, more intriguing sleeve tattoo than this one.
The very fine black lines for this piece would have been painstakingly applied by the artist with a single black needle to achieve a close together effect. What the image also shows is the excellent contrast between the fine line piece on his left leg with the single, fat black band on his right calf and shin.
Another well drawn abstract animal piece, with the King of the Jungle being the focus on this occasion. Here, dotwork is carefully threaded through the intertwiningly lines to give the lion’s features depth and detail.
This piece would have taken a lot of time to complete. The line work in this piece is aided by being framed within the large black diamond, which gives it a frame to operate in. From there the artist uses clever twists in each line to slowly and skilfully create the abstract face.
Smoke ‘em if you got ‘em. This is another sharply delivered fine black line tattoo.
Another black line tattoo, but probably the best on this list so far. Being on his chest it does a wonderful job of branching out the antlers and using the available space, allowing the abstract elements of each of the lines to take center. Unlike some of the other line pieces, this artwork uses just a small amount of dotwork to give some shading effect and create nuance in the deer’s features.
Geometric meets new wave meets black work. The piece is a good example that a nicely delivered idea can feature more than one style of tattoo. The top-quality line work sprinkled with swathes of flat black creates different packets of shape into building the pyramidal image clearly.
This single line looks like it was drawn free hand from the collarbone down to the (mostly likely) the wrist. It’s a simple but elegant piece of fine line tattooing.
This single line, continuous sailboat tattoo is finely detailed – not so much in the color or shading but in the interplay between the shapes the single line is drawn to describe. Using flags and sails helps make the image a lot more arresting than if it was just a speedboat or dinghy.
It’s like the deer from a few images has died and moved on to a new owner. This line tattoo does a good job of having the antlers frame the neck and fits well with the quote that seems to be running on from the main piece (although it was tattooed there before the deer skull).
Quite a nice abstract line anchor. It’s very much a new school take on an old school classic theme.
This wolf tattoo is a beautiful piece (much like the dove earlier) of art. It’s usage of gentle lines packed into the frame of the animal helps give the work a remarkable degree of detail, especially the series of perfectly drawn circles flanked by lines, arrows and notches throughout. It’s a subtle bit of tattooing completed with almost peerless skill, for example the slight darkening of parts of the circles for emphasis, or the detail of the shapely tail line work.
Tattoos mixing complex lines with painstaking dot work tend to be impressive, and this mountain scape is no exception. Clever lines create the crags and faces of the rocky mountain, while the dots create a different take on shading the rubble and help the water patterning give the perspective of water flowing down through the image’s center.
It’s important when creating a landscape line tattoo image to use a variety of shapes and lines. This artwork is a good example, stretching from the sky at the top of the image, then moving down through clouds to trees then hills and finishing with logs resting comfortably on the earth. The line work is well balanced. Each sector is drawn differently yet complements the others in either color, shape, or angle. It’s a fantastic tattoo.
This nature half sleeve tattoo is another beautiful example that plays up all the best elements of creating landscape tattoos using structurally similar but slightly variable line work to create an arresting image. The lines are similar thickness throughout, but differentiate the image’s detail in their angle, their direction, and shape in combination with the sections next to them. In this tattoo the perfect line work is enhanced by clever use of shading patterns and dot work to develop the depth of the patterns further.
Another crisply executed twin line tattoo.
This black fine line tattoo works well because its placement creates different perspectives. While the lines, angles, zero space and thickness of black never waver or strays, how you are looking at the piece – straight arm, bent elbow, from the shoulder – makes the pattern look different.
The well-shaded ship wheel is the central point of this tattoo, but deft line work gives it a batter sense of positioning along the outer forearm and turns a somewhat bland piece into a well-balanced expression of classical supporting line work.
Sometimes line tattoos don’t need to be solid. This bow and arrow tattoo for example, is better furnished by canny use of dotted lines in the representation of shapes – triangle, circle, arrowhead – to help mix the solidity of the bow with the illusion of motion.
This single line heart is well done. It creates an abstract/realist mash up that could almost be used in in a textbook or on WebMD. The extra detail lines and dots on either central side make the total tattoo less stark.
The vary width of the single line in this eagle tattoo is well constructed and the piece is placed well on the chest of the subject. The smart use of dot work create detail in the wings and work well to support the minimalistic theme of the piece.
This dog is not angry, he’s just disappointed. The fact a line drawing tattoo can give clear facial expressions to the subject mean it’s well drawn and creatively executed.
This horizontal 3D line tattoo is hectic. The effects of the subtly curving lines make it look as if a skull is trying to push its way out of the tattoo and into the real world, like a character from the mind of Stephen King.
Hahaha. Never thought in a million years that there’s someone walking about with an abstract black line tattoo of a sloth. Well played, sir.
This person needs to be careful around cats, because the tattoo is quite realistic and he could end up getting scratched. The artist uses very simple changes in direction with the series of short, fuzzy black lines to change the circle from just a vaguely round shape into an effective ball of yarn.
This simple geometric piece is steady, creating a nice pattern by laying down triangle after triangle in a uniform size and shape.
These spiral line tattoos give the impression that you could be looking down from the top of some very winding stairs. The cool effect here is that the same style of tattoo is created on both arms by using two different shapes with the same theme.
This sound line is wicked. It’s simple, just one line in uniform black, but complemented by the sharp peaks and valleys throughout. It could be a child’s heartbeat, a song, or even the results of a polygraph test.
Line Tattoo FAQs
What do black stripe tattoos mean?
Solid black stripe tattoos traditionally pay tribute to lost loved ones in the same vein that black armbands are worn by athletes memorializing the death of a club great or important figure.
Solid black lined tattoos allow the subject to remember their loss by acknowledging through body art the memory of their loved one.
Remembrance is not the sole reason individuals choose to get black line tattoos. In some quarters they represent strength and courage or are part of a wider geometric pattern, while for others they are an intrinsic part of fashionable ink techniques such as minimalism, abstract line drawing, or tribal style.
At other times thicker black stripes can be most effective for covering up old and faded or poorly drawn pieces.
What does a parallel lines tattoo mean?
Parallel lines are lines on a plane that do not meet, always remaining the same distance apart.
In general, parallel line tattoos are representative of positive charge and energy, however as a frequently occurring phenomena throughout all aspects of life they can have many different meanings to people who use them as inspiration for tattoo art.
Top 29 Best Watches Under $500 For Men
With cellphones so ubiquitous, your watch choice can be less about telling time and more about personal style. However, a watch is not ‘just’ a watch. For example, the vast majority are made for right-handed people, but a select few cater to the lefties among us. There is a wide range in functionality and size.
The wristwatch is also one of the few socially acceptable accessories for men, so why not have a small selection? If you’re not cashing a CEO’s paycheck just yet, here are the top 28 most handsome watches for men that retail for under $500.
Got a bigger budget? Then check out our guide to the best men’s watches under $1000 instead.
Top 29 Best Watches Under $500 For Men
1. Tommy Hilfiger Stainless Steel Men’s Watch
If you like the feel of a pliable, non-metal band but aren’t comfortable with genuine leather, this watch comes equipped with a handsome synthetic band. At 46mm in diameter, this watch is perfect for men of smaller stature, as it will not overpower your hand or make it look like you’re wearing your father’s watch. With bold Arabic numerals, a stainless steel case, and classic styling, this watch is an outstanding choice for an everyday watch and the man on a budget.
2. Nordgreen Pioneer – Black Dial
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Not everyone has an endless amount of cash to drop on a luxury timepiece. If you’re money-conscious but want something high-end, then why not consider the Nordgreen Pioneer.
An inspired take on a classic Chronograph, Nordgreen celebrates the Danish with what they call a timepiece “that captures the sustainable future.” Available in various dial colors from blue, black, and white. There’s even the choice of three case colors – gunmetal, silver, and rose gold. A perfect addition to the collection of any watch enthusiast.
3. Fossil Grant Brown Leather WatchCheck Price
This lovely offering by Fossil features slim Roman numeral hour markers and delicate cut-out hands. The casing is stainless steel and is water-resistant to 165 feet, making it a great dive watch. The band is made of supple, soft calfskin leather and uses a buckle closure.
Of course, this timepiece also comes with the generous 11-year warranty and it’s own fun tin. This watch oozes class and is great for nearly every occasion in your life.
4. Citizen Sport Stainless Steel Men’s Watch With Brown Leather Band
If you don’t want to deal with changing out a battery in a digital watch, this watch is powered by either natural or indoor lighting. The mineral crystal face and stainless steel case make this watch water-resistant to 330 feet, making it a great choice for swimmers and snorkelers.
Handsome and utilitarian, this is a great watch for everyday wear. It’s one of the best watches for men who are always on the go.
5. Fossil Men’s Machine Chronograph Silicone Watch
This watch was designed with the active man in mind. The knurled silicone band stands up to sweat and oils without issue, and the timepiece itself is water-resistant to 165 feet.
The patterned bezel and quality craftsmanship of the black dial is excellent, as is to be expected from a Fossil watch. It even comes in the iconic and collectible tin!
6. Citizen Men’s Eco-Drive Watch
This men’s watch features Japanese quartz movement that charges itself indoors or out when exposed to light, making it a great choice for those who don’t want to change out the battery too often. The stitched canvas strap is soft against your skin and will wick away moisture, while the mineral crystal face stands up to the rigors of your everyday life.
Water-resistant to 330 feet, this dive watch is a classic and simple design you’ll be proud of for years to come.
7. Invicta Pro Diver Chronograph Men’s Watch
Another gorgeous offering by Invicta, this watch features a bold design with a slightly nautical feel to it. It will look at home whether you’re wearing a business suit or are going for a dive of less than 660 feet. This piece is also covered by a one-year warranty as a matter of course. The luminosity feature and magnified date window make it a great choice if you work or play in low light.
If you want something that looks like a Tag Heuer but without the luxury watch brand price tag, this is a good option!
8. Casio Edifice Multi-Function Men’s Watch
This watch has three sub-dials for 12 hour, 60 minute and 60-second displays, in addition to the standard time. It also features a fold-over, push-down clasp on the stainless strap, keeping it secure throughout your activities. If you’re looking for a classy timepiece that shrieks sophistication, this is a great choice.
9. Fossil Machine Three Hand Stainless Steel Men’s Watch
This quality watch is a chameleon piece. It looks at home as a dress watch riding below the cuff of your best suit, and it also looks great paired with jeans and a t-shirt. Backed by Fossil’s 11-year warranty as a matter of course and beautifully crafted, this smoke-colored piece is guaranteed to become the go-to accessory for nearly every occasion.
10. MVMT Watches Black Face Men’s Watch
If you like the look of a simple watch, this minimalist offering from MVMT is right up your alley. With just a plain black face, tick marks to denote the hours and a single date window, there is nothing overdone or extravagant about this design. The is understated and suited to the simple design. It’s definitely a classy, low-key piece for the budget-conscious.
11. Timex Weekender Watch
If you’re looking for a fun watch to pair with casual outfits, this is a great option. The band is blue and yellow woven nylon, and the face features both civilian and military timekeeping. An Indiglo night light is also included. This watch is water-resistant to 99 feet, meaning it can withstand splashes of water or exposure to rain but you won’t want to submerge it.
12. PUMA Ultrasize Black Sport Men’s Watch
Boasting a 50mm diameter, this piece is perfect for the large-framed man or one who likes to wear his accessories oversized. A true fashion statement, this sports watch comes in eight different colors schemes to match your favorite hues.
Do be aware, however, that the dial knob is configure for left-handed men!
13. Timex Easy Reader Men’s Watch
Another dress watch designed with the older gentleman in mind, this watch features a white dial with generously sized numerals that do not appear comical to the casual observer.
It’s also an excellent choice if you take your contacts out at night and still want to be able to check the time. With classic lines and a simple white face, the watch would not be out of place at any casual gathering. It comes with Timex’s one-year warranty at no additional charge.
14. Fossil Nate Men’s Chronograph Watch
For men who like a more gritty, industrial feel to their accessories, this Fossil watch is right on point. The bezel is gear-edged and the face is utilitarian black and gray. Water-resistant to 165 feet, this watch is a great choice if you like your adornments to be understated yet add visual interest.
It’s definitely a stand-out piece, for those who would take notice!
15. Timex Expedition Field Chronograph Men’s Watch
Featuring an indigo night light, tachymeter, a date window and a buckle closure, this watch is perfect for men who like to work or play outdoors. It is also water-resistant to 330 feet, making it a great choice for snorkeling or swimming.
You won’t want to wear it for diving, however. With classic, black styling and a genuine crystal face, this is a timepiece that will stand the test of time in both form and function.
16. Seiko 5 Automatic Stainless Steel Men’s Watch
This Seiko automatic watch has all the bells and whistles you need, but presents it all in a plain and strikingly attractive manner. It features a date window in either English or Spanish, sword-shaped hands, a sweeping second hand and a mineral dial window. This is a great option for the man on the go. The canvas strap can be removed and hand-washed if sweat or other odors become an issue.
This watch is not water-resistant, so you’ll only want to wear it when you won’t be popping by the pool for a swim!
17. Invicta Pro Diver Collection Silver-Tone Men’s Watch
For those who prefer an all-metal timepiece, the stainless steel Invicta fits the bill nicely. It has a similar aesthetic to a Tag Heuer watch, but at a more affordable price. Equipped with a unilateral bezel and removable links, the band can be customized to fit your wrist perfectly. The face is flame fusion crystal and features a magnifier to highlight the date window.
It’s also water-resistant to 660 feet. If you’re looking for a gorgeous watch that stands up to an active lifestyle, this is an excellent choice.
18. Seiko Men’s Adventure-Solar Classic Casual Watch
This Seiko watch derives its power from either natural or indoor light and can withstand water depths of up to 330 feet. The supple brown leather strap and timeless brushed steel give this piece an attractive look, and the alarm chronograph is easy to set.
If you’re looking for a watch that can serve as a backup for your wake-up call while traveling, stand up to the elements and look awesome, this casual wrist watch is a winner.
19. Nautica Men’s Stainless Steel Watch with Blue Resin Band
Featuring a plethora of options and a smart, snappy style, this a great casual watch with a eye-catching blue dial. The hardy resin band is adjustable, and the face is protected by a mineral window. Whether for work or play, this bold blue design is handsome and substantial on the wrist. It comes with Nautica’s five-year warranty at no additional charge.
20. Citizen Sport Men’s Stainless Steel Watch with Black Leather Band
The black, red and white face of this piece eschews the traditional two-tone color scheme so often employed in other watches, and the contrasting stitching on the band adds creative flair. It comes backed by Citizen’s five-year warranty and will compliment any casual outfit.
21. Alessi Tic15 Analog Display Analog Quartz Black Men’s Watch
Another not-quite-round offering on our list, the curved square casing of this piece gives it instant visual appeal. Sleek and clean, this unfussy design will be a compliment to almost any occasion. It has quartz movement and is water-resistant to 99 feet, making it a great choice for everyday wear.
22. Invicta 1517 I Force Collection Watch
Another on our list designed for left-handed men, this watch is something special. Water-resistant to 330 feet and featuring oversize stenciled numbers and a sub dial, this watch is great for any casual outfit. The cloth band is extremely durable and stands up to dirt, sweat and grime.
If you lead an active lifestyle, this watch will be right at home in your collection.
23. TRIWA Blue Steel Nevil Canvas Watch
This watch comes in a whopping 14 color variations, all of them beautiful. You may decide to add more than one to your collection!
Designed in Sweden, this watch features Japanese quartz movement, a stainless steel casing and a strap made from Tärnsjö organic leather. TRIWA, which stands for Transforming the Industry of Watches, believes in the artistry of fine jewelry and it shows in their product.
24. Victorinox Swiss Army Alliance Watch
Another fine dress watch from the makers of the Swiss Army knife, this watch is emblazoned with the internally recognized cross and shield emblem. It has no sub-dials, tachymeter or other add-ons to detract from its simple and appealing style.
This watch will be at home with all but the most formal of outfits and carries a two-year warranty.
25. Ingersoll Automatic Stainless Steel Bull Run Watch
Again, Ingersoll remakes the classics and brings them into the present day. With a highly polished stainless steel casing, two sub-dials, a date aperture and arrow-shaped hands, this quartz watch is beautiful.
The band features contrasting stitching on the fine-grain leather, adding depth and detail to the workmanship. This watch will compliment any casual occasion and can be relied upon for years to come.
26. Tissot Quickster Chronograph Black Leather Men’s Watch
Made with scratch-resistant sapphire crystal and Swiss automatic movement, this watch is a smart and utilitarian choice. If you’re looking for a solid Swiss watch that isn’t flashy, this is an excellent option. It’s also guaranteed for two years.
27. Seiko Sport Solar Men’s Beige Watch
Are you getting tired of squinting down at your watch or holding it closer and closer to your face? Don’t worry, we all get a bit nearsighted with age, especially over the age of 40.
If you’re not quite ready for reading glasses or a comically huge watch, this is a great choice from Seiko. The numerals, indices and luminous hands stand out in stark white against a black background, and the numerals are generous in size. It’s a perfect casual watch for the older gentleman.
28. Seiko Men’s 5 Watch Blue Canvas Band
This simple and affordable watch has a clean, crisp aesthetic to it and doesn’t bog down its design with a ton of bells and whistles. It’s time and date, end of.
If you want a watch for casual wear, this Seiko is a shoo-in. The band is forgiving and comfortable against your wrist, and it’s blue color will likely compliment your existing wardrobe. The price is also extremely affordable.
29. Tommy Hilfiger Men’s Stainless Steel Watch With Brown Leather Band
Featuring the Hilfiger logo at the three o’clock position, this wrist watch is a statement piece. It is a bright, shiny stainless steel work of art that you’ll be proud to wear at all but the most stuffy of workplaces. The calfskin leather band uses a buckle closure and the date window is beside the logo at three o’clock.
If you’re a fan of Tommy clothing, cologne or luggage, you can complete your look with this stunning accessory.