If you’re on the fence about a particular item, take its price tag into account: if it’s extremely affordable, it’s probably worth a try, but if it’s fairly expensive, hold off for a few weeks and see if you’re still interested. Some men’s jewelry items are passing fads, and some will be able to be worn for years to come. Choose what works best for you, your wardrobe and your budget, and don’t feel the need to follow each and every trend.
Don’t worry about matching exactly.
Some of the best accessorizing occurs when items mesh well together, but don’t match exactly. Of course, you don’t want your men’s jewelry items to clash, especially if they are worn closely together (like a bracelet and a ring). However, you don’t need to necessarily worry about always pairing the same metallic color tones together. To easily mix and match colors, try men’s jewelry items in black (a very trendy yet very neutral choice) or in two tone shades – both will match to nearly any wedding ring or frequently worn timepiece.
Less is more.
Famous womens wear designer Coco Chanel once said, “Before you leave the house, look in the mirror and remove one accessory,” and it certainly holds true for men’s accessories as well. If you’ve found a number of men’s jewelry items that suit your tastes, don’t feel the need to wear them all at once. Remember that you have plenty of time to wear your favorite new pieces of jewelry, and that minimal accessories tend to be more stylish than overladen ones. For example, if you want to wear a bracelet or two, you might want to remove your watch.
There’s no reason why you can’t incorporate new men’s jewelry items into your wardrobe. What is your favorite men’s jewelry item that you wear with your wedding ring and why?