the "look" of the apple watch

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Hi to all, If I buy the apple watch sport does it only go well with sporting clothing
or will it suits any type of clothing worn and look ok even for the casual user who is active via walking and out and about a lot of the time?
or should i go for the premium mid range watch for every day use?

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Submitted by Sagar on Sunday, November 1, 2015

Hello Will i've got the AppleWatchSport42MM. my friends have told me its looking nice if your willing to change don't forget your able to purchase the bands separately.

Submitted by Will on Sunday, November 1, 2015

hello thank you for this info on the sport model. however isn't it said that say, the leather loop would not again in quotes look right with a sport cheaper model version of the watch? what i'm asking is do i need in theory the 500 british pounds watch just for a band other than the sports one to look nice? i like the milanese loop and the leather one. however i don't want to buy bands that clash with the look of the product i'm wearing, to a sighted eye i mean not me of course just having feel.

Submitted by Seanoevil on Sunday, November 1, 2015

Hi,
I am a bit of a watch snob and mulled over purchasing the more expensive Apple Watch over the Sport model.
Then I reasoned that since I have never been embarrassed by or ashamed of the appearance of my iPhone, the Sport Model would suffice.

And so it has and I am very happy with the finish of the watch and, to my complete surprise, I love love love the Sport Band.

HTH

@SeaNoEvil00
42 nn Space Grey Sports with Black band.

Submitted by Louise on Sunday, November 1, 2015

I debated which one to get as I work in an office and didn't want a watch that would clash with business suits. I ended up buying the sport version and replacing the band with one that I ordered on Amazon.
The look of the watch, with the band changed, is just that it looks silver instead of a sort of dark grey. I guess that gold is now a colour option with the more expensive model, but I'd still pick the sport.
I have paired it with a navy blue metal band, and I'm frequently complemented on it. I have also recently ordered a silver band so I can change the look when I want to. In the summer, I do like the white sport band.
In short, I don't regret buying the less expensive version, and it's fun to dress it up and down.
Hope this helps,
Louise

Submitted by Will on Monday, November 2, 2015

hi all, so would based on these comments above it be safe for me to assume that if i got the 42 mm apple watch sport with the stone coloured sports band that the leather loop would complement it or would it clash?