Men are not as reluctant as they once were when it comes to wearing bracelets as an accessory. Even today there’s a plethora of male celebrities donning arm candy, including Robert Pattinson, Mark Wahlberg, Lenny Kravitz, and Jay Z.
According to Mr. Porter, an online retailer for men’s fashion, men’s jewelry sales rose in 2012, which is right around the time trend-setting celebs started bringing them back. But what kinds of bracelets are available and how can non-jewelry wearers style them?
Men’s bracelets are all about adding color to bump-up the energy in an average look. But if you’re not someone who feels comfortable having an eye-catching hue strapped to your wrist, then you may want to consider monochrome textures. This is where woven bracelets come in. They make for a good option because they are both interesting and casual. On days when you’re feeling mellow, go for shades of grays, blues, browns, and greens. And on days when you’re feeling bold, go for yellow and orange.
Mr. Medical Multipurpose
For those who want practicality added to their fashion, a medical ID bracelet may be another option. Most fashionable allergy bracelets come in a wide-range of hues and styles, which makes them perfect for people wanting to keep their health more private. Even better, if you’re thinking of buying one, many places provide a custom engraved emergency ID bracelet. So you’ll be able to finally combine fashion with medical information.
If all of your male friends go to you when looking for style advice because you’ve always been known to dress well, then a bracelet might be the next thing to amp-up your style. If you’re not afraid to try new styles, textures and colors then you might like the idea of wearing a mixed metal (silver and gold) bracelet or something like a leather band. Both can give you that modern rock star look without feeling tacky. Feel free to combine different bracelets for a more customized look. Just make sure your wrist watch always matches your choices.