Elegant watches for his and her.

With their iconic golden cases and bracelets made from 18k gold or a mix of gold and stainless steel, Breitling watches are the perfect accessory for the upcoming fall season. And, of course, it wouldn’t be a Breitling edit without their most iconic watches and highly sought-after Navitimers. The iconic Breitling pilot’s chronograph was invented by Willy Breitling in 1952 to make flight calculations easier for pilots. Two years later, the “navigation timer” became the official timepiece of the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association.

If you want to adorn your outfits this season, here are our favourite timepieces for you and your special someone.

٥. Our Favourites For Him:

Since Breitling’s classic chronograph debuted 70 years ago, there have been many variations. However, the Navitimer B01 Chronograph 41 maintains its traditional features with modern touches. The same applies to the Navitimer B01 Chronograph 46 iteration, which comes off as a darker option thanks to its black leather strap, bezel, and sub-dial. And of course – the Navitimer B01 Chronograph 46. Not only does it live up to Breitling’s uncompromising technical standards, but is “the unmistakable stamp of impeccable taste.”

٥. Our Favourites For Her:

The Chronomat 32 is a stylish and elegant watch that can be worn for any occasion you find suitable – for those who want extra sparkle, diamond-set bezels, indices, and colorful dials can be added. As for the Super Chronomat Automatic 38 Origins, it is designed to make a statement, whether paired with a power suit or a t-shirt and jeans. And finally, the Navitimer Automatic 35 is a refined piece combining the historic appeal of an icon with the sophistication of a contemporary watch. The beaded bezel and the diamond-set white mother of pearl makes it an elegant choice.

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