An all black watch is a must-have in an outfit of every man and woman. Just like a little black dress for women, some things in men's fashion will never get old. We are talking leather shoes, a formal suit, a leather belt, and of course, a wristwatch. Usually, an all-black watch is the thing you are missing in your formal outfit. Of course, you can wear your black dial watch every day if you desire. Blue face watches or even white face watches are becoming trendy again. However, black watches were always a popular choice and always will be.
Traditionally, an all black watch meant that every detail on the watch is black. However, that was abandoned due to practical reasons. It is hard to tell time on an all-black watch, so it just doesn't make any sense in wearing them, despite the elegant appearance. Given the questionable practicality issues, watchmakers decided to break the monochromatic dark look with different case colours and dial details. This little yet important change brought back the popularity of black watches. The widely accepted fact is that the first all-black wristwatch was created in 1972, and it made a great impression on picky watch aficionados. Soon, every watchmaker company started to design black watches.