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Types and Designs of Men's Wearing Jewelry

Women have been exploring jewelry accessories for centuries. It’s time that men started embracing rings and wristlets too. Just get familiar with your options and don’t shy away from the possibilities.

Over the centuries, men have worn amulets, earrings, headdresses, necklaces, body piercings, rings, bangles, brooches and medallions. In short, if it was shiny, there was a man willing to hang it off one extremity or another.

But in more recent civilizations, male jewelry became something of a style taboo. Watches escaped censure, naturally. A simple wedding ring was acceptable, too.

There’s a bit of a barrier for men to get over regarding any sort of jewelry, and necklaces are considered one of the hardest items to wear. But take your cue from the professionals — men can and do look great wearing necklaces. It just takes a little know-how. To squash the myths and show you the ropes, here is the guide to wearing men’s jewelry.



If you’re wearing a tie, there are three jewelry options available to keep it in place. Ties bars are the most popular. A simple metal strip that clips on the tie horizontally will hold it in place using your shirt as an anchor. If you prefer a less conspicuous option, a tie chain will keep your tie in place but remain unseen. The last option is a tie pin, but unless you want to risk stabbing yourself every time your tie flaps stick with the first two.



The trend used to be a thicker kind of leather or metal, but now, we’ve moved towards minimal, refined bracelets that a guy can easily layer or wear on its own. You can combine a simple cuff with another bracelet that has a different texture, be it rope or leather. When it comes to wearing multiple bracelets, it’s best to look at it as a balancing equation. A stylish bracelet shines on its own, but if you want to go a little bolder with your look, just make sure the combination isn’t too distracting or heavy. If you’re already wearing a watch and a wedding band, on one hand, add the touch of metal or cord to your other wrist.



Cufflinks are generally designed to hold the cuffs in place. They are most commonly worn with French cuff shirts. There is a thumb rule of wearing cufflinks, knots should be less dressy.



Rings are the most common ornament that men wear. Traditionally, they are wedding rings. Wear a ring made of gold or sterling silver or something which has two colours. Try to keep it simple with minimum gemstones or glitz. But there is a certain way it should be worn and a style that suits your personality. In the end I would like to add that the fashion is evolving by time and men are also getting in towards jewelry, so it would be inappropriate to say that jewelry is for women only