This is always something that has confused me, and I’ve never been sure what’s the best way to go about doing this. When wearing a watch with a cuffed shirt, should the shirt cover the watch? The reason I ask is this; when I wear it under the cuff, it means having to unbutton the cuff to get out the watch (which feels counter-intuitive), when I leave the cuff open on the largest width, it doesn’t match the other hand or is too wide, and when I wear it on the outside it just feels wrong – as if I’m trying too hard.
I often go on placements to hospitals, and hope to become a doctor in future. Here in the UK, there are rules about being bare below the elbow when treating patients, suits and jackets are usually out of the question and ties are frowned upon. How can I make a good impression while sticking to this etiquette?