Pick up an accessory that's both beautiful and useful without breaking the bank.

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In the world of accessories, watches often fly under the radar. But chic timepieces are back in vogue, with people craving pieces that are both beautiful and useful.

While other trendier accessories may come and go, a watch will remain stylish no matter the season.

To help you dress up your wrist — without breaking the bank — we’ve rounded up some of the best watches for $200 or less in an array of classic styles.

Komono Estelle Deco ($100 at needsupply.com). With a soft-white leather band and a face that looks like a manicured Zen sand garden, this watch will give you a sense of peace, even when you’re running late.

The Horse Original Watch ($119 at madewell.com). Classic minimalism is paired with fine craftsmanship in this cool-girl watch out of Sydney, Australia. It’s available with a smooth pink, black or walnut leather band and coordinating case in gold or rose gold.

Daniel Wellington Melrose ($159–$179 at danielwellington.com). A rose-gold mesh band adds shimmer and shine to this jewelry-like watch. Two face sizes are available.

Cluse La Roche Watch ($139 at cluse.com). The marble look isn’t going out of style. Add it to your accessories with this watch with a real marble face, gold case and black leather straps.

From left: Cluse La Roche Watch, $139; The Horse Original Watch, $119
From left: Cluse La Roche Watch, $139; The Horse Original Watch, $119

Marc Jacobs Small Riley Watch ($200 at shopbop.com). A simple face adds elegance to a chunkier chain-link bracelet in silver, with a brushed silver case for added visual interest. And it’s water-resistant to more than 150 feet.

Rosefield West Village Leather Watch in Pink ($141 at us.asos.com). Still on the millennial-pink bandwagon? This watch features the pale hue on its leather straps, paired with a gold case and white face. Three tiny gold chains wrap around the upper strap for a pretty extra detail.