A MAN'S GUIDE TO WEARING JEWELLERY
Jewellery has historically been the stylish man's way of differentiating himself from others—his way of wearing something with a story attached.
Want to wear more than one piece of jewellery at a time? Then it's all about the 'the mix'. Pair vintage with high-fashion with random sentimental things... it's like encrypting a secret message. You want to tell a story. How much of it you want to reveal is up to you.
Wearing jewellery is cooler than ever before, and here's where to start.
Start with a watch because the easiest place to test drive a piece of man jewellery is on your wrist.
Our picks for getting started are slim and brushed with a matte effect that doesn't scream bling. Wear your cuff by itself on the opposite wrist from your go-to watch, or layered with a few braided bracelets.
NECKLACES & PENDANT CHAINS
Choose a slim metal chain with 'delicate' links. Nothing too short, nothing too long. Keep the pendant simple - a subtle circle or geometric shape is a masculine touch that adds sex appeal.
Where your ring ends up should be steered by taste and practicality. The pinky and index fingers are always two good options. The pinky ring is essentially decorative, so it won’t get in the way of actually doing things with your hands. The index finger is the most prominent finger for the most prominent ring. If you have a wedding band and watch on one hand, then a ring or two will look good on the opposite hand.
Opt for simple simple studs or hoops in metal. It’s completely up to you whether you decide to either wear one or two earrings as this depends on your personal style. Consider leaving the earrings at home on smart occasions unless you're the type of guy who's not bothered by other peoples opinions.