6 Small Watches That Prove Bigger Isn't Always Better

It's time to downsize.
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(Photos: Tudor & Shinola & Longines)

(Photos: Tudor & Shinola & Longines)

Living large doesn't always mean you have to rock an oversized wristwatch.

In fact, the prevailing trend of chunky, oversized watches is seeing some backlash with the reemergence of smaller watch faces that harken back to a simpler time.

A number of watch brands have been introducing small faces to the market, TudorIWC and Tom Ford among them. Many come in traditional rounded cases, but small sizing lends itself to rectangular cases as well.

Here, six handsome "small watches" that prove size isn't everything.

Tudor Black Bay 32

$2,750

(Photo: Tudor)

(Photo: Tudor)

Tom Ford Noº001

Prices Coming Soon

(Photo: Tom Ford)

(Photo: Tom Ford)

Shinola The Guardian 36MM

$725

(Photo: Shinola)

(Photo: Shinola)

Longines Dolcevita

$1,575

(Photo: Longines)

(Photo: Longines)

IWC Pilot's Watch Automatic 36

$3,950

(Photo: IWC)

(Photo: IWC)

Timex Expedition Field Mini 26mm Leather Strap Watch

$55

(Photo: Timex)

(Photo: Timex)