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2016-02-01 / Goods

Back In Time

Maggie Anderson

As cell phones proliferated into every pocket, sartorialists everywhere proclaimed that time was running out for the lowly analog wristwatch. But fashion, like time, is cyclical. Watches are back in a big way, and we’re not just talking about ones that make phone calls and send texts. Trust us — it’s about time.

Punch up your beloved Casio with this King Midas-ed version. The Casio Classic Gold Dress Watch ($55) has both analog and digital displays, so you can still hear that hourly beep. Urban Outfitters, 234 E. College Ave., urbanoutfitters.com


Show your Penn State pride in a classy way with this University Seal Watch with Leather Strap ($275).
It also comes in a smaller size for women. Moyer Jewelers, 100 E. College Ave., moyerjewelers.com


Rose gold may have taken over as the top trendy metal color these days, but this Nude “The City” Burberry Watch ($695) will always be a classic. The hours are marked by diamonds, giving this understated beauty a touch of bling. Kranich’s Jewelers, 2020 N. Atherton St., kranichs.com


Nixon watches have been rapidly gaining fans, but The Mod Watch ($63.96) is a pared down version of the popular digital original. The nylon strap is both comfortable and practical and accents the sleek gray and green face. Appalachian Ski & Outdoors, 123 S. Allen St., appoutdoors.com


Go au naturel with this maple
WeWood Odyssey Watch ($120) that is hypoallergenic and completely free of chemicals. The wooden links can be adjusted to fit all sizes. Dwellings, 358 E. College Ave., dwellingsboutique.com

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