You might be among the fashionable men who reckon that bracelets look good on men and are fun to wear.
You enjoy wearing bracelets.
Bracelets are a great way to add colour to your outfit. They can be dressed up or down.
A woven bracelet that matches a colour from your shirt pattern, tie or pocket square is appropriate even in corporate environments.
Slip the same bracelet around your wrist for a lazy Sunday afternoon barbecue in your backyard or at the beach.
A Few Guidelines For Wristwear
- Choosing a wrist to wear the bracelet – While there is no hard and fast rule about which wrist to wear a bracelet, they are traditionally worn on your dominant hand’s wrist. It’s best to wear it on the wrist opposite your watch to avoid scratching your watch.
- Aim for balance if wearing multiple bracelets – Counterbalance dark coloured suits or outfits with lighter coloured bracelets. Wearing multiple bracelets? Mix a lighter, brighter bracelet with a metal cuff. Wear a combination of beaded bracelets with leather or metal cuffs.
- Your bracelet does not have to match your watch – However, make sure it doesn’t overpower it. A chunkier weekend watch looks good paired with bigger bracelets. A more refined dial on a dress watch looks better with a subtler accessory on the opposite wrist.
- Ensure your bracelet suits the occasion – If you’re heading to an art gallery, five bracelets with a sports jacket and a pair of jeans are fine. If you’re heading to a business meeting, you might want to tone it down with just one subtle piece of wrist wear.
A bracelet aids in accentuating your personal style. Use it to accessorize your outfits – dressing up or down depending on the occasion. If you have never tried them before, a metal or leather bracelets will set you apart as a cultured man who is not afraid to experiment with his personal style.