We are back for more jewelry for men tips! Who says that only women should wear jewelry? Gentlemen, this article is for you! This will help you choose which jewelry to wear while still looking not just masculine, but also very fashionable for any occasion. Or maybe you’re a wife who’s clueless in choosing jewelry for your husband and just happened to stumble on this article? Then do start taking down notes on choosing jewelry for men!
Our first tip: choose gold. The main material made of a gold base is much stronger, more durable, and easier to clean and maintain. This will be highly appreciated by men who usually have an active and on-the-go lifestyle. Most of them appreciate taking less care required for their jewelry.
A small piece of jewelry such as a ring or a pair of cufflinks are perfect for a more conservative outfit. These will add accent to make the outfit look more dynamic and less plain. For cocktail events and parties where all eyes should be on your man (and you of course), choose a slightly more prominent piece, such as a ring encrusted with diamonds or even a large diamond stud on one ear.
If you are wearing one statement piece, any other accessories such as pendants, cufflinks and other rings should be simple in design so as not to steal the limelight from your star piece, as well as to ensure a look that is subtly stylish. This is where men differ from women in terms of jewelry. For women, adding more jewelry pieces will do more good than harm.
Luxury watches are always a good choice. A designer watch by Rolex or Cartier is not only practical; it also acts as a status symbol, conveying wealth, confidence and power. Wedding rings, class rings or fraternity rings are great choices too. Just don’t overdo it, have a minimum of two.
Men shouldn’t just wear jewelry just for the look; every piece you wear should have practical, sentimental, or status value. Jewelry you wear should also depend on the occasion, of course. But it all comes down to how good you look on your jewelry right? So for the men out there, what kind of jewelry do you wear that looks best? Ladies, what are your favorite and least favorite jewelry pieces on guys?