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September 12th, 2017
A lot of people make mistake of assuming that jewelry isn't for men. In reality, men have been wearing jewelry longer than women. It's not tacky when done tastefully, and it's actually becoming more and more fashionable nowadays. With the introduction of new and stylish wrist watches, there has been a serious influx in men's jewelry. The key is in finding the right piece for the right individual.
Every jewelry piece is different, and can be worn in different ways. It's very important to discover what's right for you, and what's going to work for your personal sense of style. Men can find jewelry that make them look both classy and well put-together when done appropriately. It's very important to understand your personal sense of fashion, and to work around it. It's also good idea to try new things. If you've never worn jewelry before, you might consider trying it with some of your more favorite outfits. You'd be surprised at what it can bring to the table.
Jewelry in medieval times was used to confer wealth and importance. Kings and noble men often wore thick chains or were adorned with the jewels belonging to the family line. This showed their status, and was often worn for special events only. As fashion evolved, the stickpin became incredibly popular. This was a pin made out of precious metals that was often used to hold a cravat or tie in place. Eventually this came with shirt studs and developed into the tie clip and cufflinks. These are still very popular today, but present a very small percentage of men's jewelry.
Jewelry has changed over the last few decades. It's gone from very tasteful and elegant designs to being very bright and large. In the 80s, it started out as gold chains that many musicians were wearing. This grew into a larger trend in the 90s, and slowly backed down to a more acceptable level in the end of the century. One can expect to see men with thin chains made of precious metals, watches, earrings, and other types of jewelry that work for them. It's really a very personal choice, and different things look good on different people. You can find men's silver chains along with large stud earrings that can absolutely bring an outfit together. This doesn't have to be anything garish, and it can actually be done in a tasteful way. Below are just a few jewelry options that popular for today's men.
Men can wear chain necklaces with or without pendants depending on the occasion. Smaller silver or gold chains can be worn to formal events. There can be both tasteful and elegant jewelry on other parts of the body. If you have black diamond stud earrings, or a pinky ring that you would like to show off, then a handsome combination can be created.
We've really become accustomed to seei men wearing earrings. These usually include small hoops, or large studs made of precious metals and set with black diamonds. They can be worn in a stylish way with formal attire or to professional events. They can also be worn on a day to day basis, and can be used to accentuate certain aspects of the face and jaw line.
There is a wide variety of rings available to men made of sterling silver, 14k or 18k gold, and encrusted with precious stones. Designs can include such pieces as band rings, signets, or large pinky rings. These often carry some kind of symbolism, and have the potential to pull an entire outfit together.