Thomas Earnshaw makes a watch for every occasion, and with that in mind, they think it's a good idea to invest in and develop a 'watch wardrobe', and we'd have to agree.
Finding a watch that suits weekend casual wear as well as it does slick suiting is hard, maybe impossible, so having a few options of differing styles seems like a great idea to us.
We've teamed up with the eponymous watchmaker for a four-episode series of films that look to match some of Autumn/Winter 2015's best looks with watches from Thomas Earnshaw's extensive range.
In the second of our series of four Esquire X Earnshaw films, deputy style editor Charlie Teasdale explains how the rules on what you wear to work have changed, and demonstrates how you can find the perfect Thomas Earnshaw watch to match the look.
In this case the Thomas Earnshaw Observatory, £635.