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Essential Tips for Men on How to Wear Jewelry

Men's jewelry is a great way to express your style, just make sure you wear it right. They can seriously enhance your personal sense of style. You want to make sure that any piece you're wearing is complimentary and not too overbearing with the rest of your outfit, so find a balance between simple or bold pieces depending on what looks suit you best!

There are some men’s accessories out there that have gotten more than their fair share of attention lately: watches for example. But did you know? Men also enjoy accessorizing in other ways like rings, bracelets, necklaces, piercings - even earrings! With all these options available at various price points around town (and online!) finding something perfect shouldn't be difficult if we just pay attention to our own individual personalities.

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How to wear a bracelet?

A minimal design goes a long way into showing a lot of extra styles and sex appeal over a bright shiny and expensive gold bracelet. You can choose to wear it with a necklace or on its own if you're not too comfortable wearing too much jewelry. Also, metal bracelets tend to look better on dressier outfits than leather or beads bracelets. You'll want to wear it loose enough that you can move around instead of too tight. Bracelets can be worn on their own, you don't always have to wear them with a watch if they stand out on their own. But one can outshine the other and upstage the other, so it can be a good thing or not if you wear a cheap watch.

Save some for different outfits, different events. You don't have to show all of your assets at once! especially not the cheap knock-offs you bought by the yard!

How to wear earrings?

Want a way to show your personality without looking like you're trying too hard? Try an earring. Striking balance between showing personality and coming off like a teenage rebel isn’t as difficult as you think when wearing an earring. Earrings aren't classified as casual or formal, but this doesn't mean that in any situation they're completely out of the question! Here's how to show your individuality while still maintaining professionalism:

1) Keep it simple with small studs or hoops (or both!)- these are more appropriate for most workplaces on casual Fridays. If you need something fancier take some inspiration from chandeliers by adding beads all around the hoop instead of just one side for a little extra glamour without going overboard; 2) For day wear keep them subtle so others won't notice too much until after noticing your charming personality.

How to wear a necklace?

It is more elegant when you give it enough length (18-20") to be worn inside and out over your sweater when dressing up in style as opposed to wearing it like a choker too close to the neck. Thin is also better looking and masculine enough than too thick and shiny like Mr. T likes to draw attention.

How to wear rings?

A simple ring can be the perfect way to accessorize any outfit, whether you're looking for casual or more formal attire. You can find them in a variety of styles and materials so there's one that will suit your personal taste perfectly!

There are so many ways to wear a ring and a few types of rings to choose from, but the best way is with simplicity and timelessness. A silver sterling band will never go out of style no matter what other trends come in or out. So if you're looking for something that's going to last forever, this might just be it!

  • Signet Style Ring (Bold)

The classic signet ring for men is one of the most masculine and fashionable. Signets were traditionally worn on the pinky finger, with wearers incorporating their family crests or initials into them so they could use them as a seal for important documents when dipped in hot wax. It is bold and makes a statement while remaining a classic piece of jewelry. You can wear it on any finger you feel comfortable with, including the middle of the pointer finger.

  • Band Style Ring (Minimal)

If you prefer something more discreet, you may want to opt for a band-style ring, less noticeable but still very classy. A silicone model like this one is very rugged, non-conductive and much safer more flexible than metal, and can even be worn by men involved in more physical professions.

  • Dome Style Ring (Bold)

The dome ring will be bulkier than the band style so it will fall under another bold ring. So you'll want to avoid wearing more than one bold ring per hand. It would be wise to combine it with a minimal ring should you feel comfortable starting wearing more than one ring per hand.

  • Pinky Ring (Bold)

At times people might wear their pinky rings to convey messages or indicate affiliation with certain groups and organizations like college sororities who wear them as part of their uniform during formal occasions. The more modern use seems to have weakened any traditional historical symbolism from these types of jewelry pieces though- they are now just seen as another symbol you could choose based on your personal preference!

This inspired by ancient coins and stone carving Petrvs is from the David Yurman collection and comes in 3 colors (silver, yellow gold, and a mix of both).

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