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Fashion is often known to go full circle, with trends that were in a few decades ago suddenly reappearing. Yet, there are other fashions that have never before surfaced, and men wearing bracelets is a classic example of a new fashion. Of course, the goal of any jewellery item is to complement the outfit, and there are certain situations when wearing a bracelet should be avoided, such as wearing a business suit, which sees your sleeve and jacket cuffs fighting for position. Once you have put on your dress watch, there is no space at all for a bracelet.
Great with Casual Wear
Wearing unusual silver jewellery with a casual outfit is ideal, and a chunky chain bracelet is perfect for that country look, especially on large guys. Try to avoid chunky bracelets that are tight fitting, as the lack of movement looks slight weird.The same goes for bracelets that are loosely fitting.
Broad Metal Bands
Anything that is dainty or petite, doesn’t really suit the male image, but a copper or silver wide band bracelet is ideal summer wear, going well with short sleeved shirts. Avoid anything that is too flashy. A single bracelet is far more effective than stacking fine bracelets, which is exclusively for the girls.
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Rope or Cord Bracelets
These can be worn with casual outfits, and chunky is by far the best style when looking at rope or cord bracelets, and with a choice of a shiny or matt finish, you can choose something that contrasts well with your outfit. Obviously, rope bracelets are a big no-no in a business environment, where one could wear a shiny silver band bracelet and get away with it. There are many different designs to choose from, as well as colours, and a slightly worn bracelet looks better than a new one if you are going for a casual look.
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Rubber Cause Bands
Wearing a “save the whale” bracelet is fine in a casual setting, and several colours stacked on one wrist can add a nice splash of rich colour, while also showing how passionate you are about environmental issues. There is also an article online that looks at how men can best integrate bracelets into their wardrobe, which is well worth a read.
Rock and Roll Bracelets
Chunky leather bracelets with studs and skull & crossbones are fine if you are into the heavy metal scene, and they go very nicely with a thick leather belt. Your look should be very much focused on heavy metal, with a rugged hairstyle and heavy denim clothing that looks proportionate to your size.
If you are looking for that very special men’s bracelet, check out an online jeweller who would stock a range of men’s bracelets, allowing you to browse in the comfort of your own home. Whether you are looking for a smart dress bracelet to accessorise your formal wear, or something stylish for the casual look, an online jeweller has you covered. The prices are generally lower than a traditional high street jeweller too.
Like any form of jewellery, the most important thing is that you feel good while wearing it, and as long as it isn’t too loud, a bracelet will enhance any look, with the exception of the smart, business attire.