5 REASONS MEN SHOULD WEAR JEWELRY
Accessories are essential for any look. They amp up any outfit, are a way self-expression and, let's be honest, they attract attention. We no longer live in a world where it's just women who realize the importance of accessorizing, men have caught onto this too. Below are five hot trends in men's jewelry:
Necklaces with charms or pendants are very popular for men right now. It can be a shark, a lion, a skull or angel wings; if your necklace has a pendant on it, you're one of the cool kids. Artists like Zac Brown have been spotted wearing a necklace similar to this style. It effortlessly brings a bolder feel to any look.
Beaded Bracelets are widely popular among men. They come in an array of colors and look great when stacked together. These bracelets bring a fun, lighthearted element to any outfit and can be worn for any occasion. Michael Strahan has been known to wear this type of accessory, as seen on Good Morning America.
Not just to show others you're taken, steel rings are a simple way to add a little something extra to any ensemble. Celebrities like Joe Manganiello have embraced this trend. There's the classic band that can be worn on any finger, textured rings like leaves or feathers and chunky rings that feature a stone or an image such as an eagle or dragon.
All thick everything. It doesn't matter if it's a necklace or bracelet, thicker is better. Styles can vary from mesh to links, but either looks will show your daring side when worn. This style is typically worn without a charm, but there's no rule that says it can't be added. Stars like Robert Pattinson have worn accessories like this.
Some may say less is more, but layering is a hot trend is men's jewelry. There are no rules against wearing thick chains, steel rings, beaded bracelets AND charm necklaces. If you got it, flaunt it. Look no further than Steven Tyler. His unique look is a testament to his individuality.
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