Chris Pratt Knows A Good Cartier When He Sees It
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At the Universal Studios opening of Jurassic World's latest ride, the 40-year-old enlisted a Santos de Cartier to punctuate the wrist. So far, so Hollywood. What sets Pratt apart from his peers, however, is the metal used: yellow gold. Once wrongly seen as a gauche choice for provincial mafiosos, yellow gold has enjoyed something of a resurgence, and men's jewelry at large is generally a trend on the uptick.
Pair that with a well-respected watch, and Pratt has managed to meld a contemporary trend and classic
And respect Pratt duly receives in full. Better yet, an outfit of quiet monochrome tailoring lets the yellow gold pop, lifting the look by mere token of adding a glint. Know that simplicity isn't your only route, though: This watch will work just as well in your big Miami grandstander suit, and extra flashes of gold elsewhere are most welcome.
After all, the art of letting dinosaurs run amok may be
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