July 24, 2013 in Wedding Rings
The times in which women have dominated the jewelry world have long disappeared. (Men's jewelry) and accessories are now conquering the world. Even the lords of creation lay ultimately in wait, while increasing value through their own appearance.
(Men's fashion) isn't limited to any particular age group and should depend on the person who intends to wear it. While creative professionals wearing bracelets and necklaces are an everyday occurrence, executives and the higher class are more likely to engage classics such as watches and cufflinks. You don't need to be an executive to look great though.
The crucial question that men have to ask is how much jewelry can be worn until it starts looking peculiar or odd. No man wants to bring unwanted attention to himself. Stars from the music and fashion world show that men's jewelry is acceptable. While the average man rather refrains from wearing pompous gold chains and too many rings, having a couple of (men's accessories) to showcase isn't a bad thing.
Simple (jewelry for men), like a watch or pair of gold cufflinks, is preferred over gold necklaces and shiny rings. The art is to find the right jewelry for the right occasion. Jewelry has become a sign of individuality because every man can wear jewelry in today's society. The truth is that many men would like to wear jewelry. It is important for the vast majority, however, that some restraint be put on not buying overly lush and glittering accessories.
(Men's accessories) should remain authentic and fit the general clothing style. (Jewelry for men) should always be used sparingly in my opinion. Most women like men who know how to wear a watch with the right piece of jewelry. I recommend men to be creative and that sometimes means combining several pieces of jewelry together. However, you should try to stay away from mixing opulent colors together.
(Men's jewelry) has found its way into many offices as well. The taboo that men should not wear jewelry in the workplace except for cufflinks and watches belongs to the past. If you do decide to wear accessories like leather and metal bracelets, it should be done so with discreetness. The trend is currently popular with selected colors. Minimalist black and certain shades of brown are particular popular. (Men's accessories) are dominated by leather, brushed stainless steel or natural materials. Dark crystals and ceramic elements emphasize a masculine and rugged look as well.
The well-known lifestyle magazine "GQ" emphasizes that heavier men's jewelry is something that only real men can wear. In other words, anyone that isn't able to bench press 500 pounds should avoid heavy rings and chains. This "tongue in cheek" approach is ultimately nothing else by a rash statement, as every man should consider carefully whether you are able to wear a certain type of jewelry or not.
Remember that you are your own person and you should make your mind up on whether you look great in something. It is about your perception and yours alone. Looking great doesn't have to mean breaking the bank either.