For years, wristwear has been seen as a woman’s accessory and were thought of as being too feminine for men. But the 21st century is upon us and today, if worn correctly, wristwear for men can compliment your masculinity. Whether your everyday style is a suit and tie or street wear, there is something out there to decorate your wrists.
Nothing like a metal bracelet to catch people’s attention. Some metal on your wrist is guaranteed to makes you look more edgy, so try to avoid wearing this in more professional settings. Although it has a sleek look, if you’re wearing a metal bracelet it should be the only thing on your arm
Leather bracelets are one of the most common men’s wristwear. They tend to be less flashy but just enough to accompany your masculinity and can accompany any look you are going for.
Bead bracelets can be very stylish but by no means is for professional or sophisticated looks. This gives off a more laidback impression and should be accompanied with casual attire. You can get as creative as you want with bead, mixing and matching the variety of colors and sizes available to reflect you. Throws a few bead bracelets on with your T and jeans and you’re ready to go.
The most important and most common of men’s wristwear, a watch should be a staple in every man’s closet. It shows you know how to prioritize your time, that you have a sense of style, and know how to accessorize. Watches compliment every look whether you’re professional at interview, stylish at the clubs, or chillin’ with some friends. There’s a watch out there for every look now go out there and find yours.
Don’t forget to switch the band of your watch with your outfits. Leathers should always be matching and that includes the watch. With smart watches, don’t stick with the cheap rubber band they come with. Upgrade to a leather or metal one.
Skip The Fabric. Unless you’re a 12-year-old at summer camp, stay clear of fabric bracelets. A man should move on to more robust materials for his wristwear as he gets older. Fabric is weak: after a few wears the color tends to fade and the threads begin to rip. If you’re going to put something on your wrists, it’s worth the investment to make it something to compliment you.