SO MANY MEN BRACELETS STYLES, SO MANY OCCASIONS WHAT TO DO? HERE IS SOME HELP DECIDING WHAT BRACELETS TO WEAR AND HOW TO MIX.
There is no question that bracelet enhances every outfit. The question is what to wear and how to mix for each specific getup and when some pieces will work better than others. In order to answer this question, there are several things that need to be understood about different types & styles of bracelets. Because of the various styles of bracelet out there, picking the right one can be daunting. Chains, beaded, charms, leather, cord, gemstones, stones and cultured pearls. Can you mix metals? What about stacking? What bracelets are appropriate when?
For most of us, we like an easy & practical bracelet to wear with a simple design during the day. A beaded bracelet is the perfect choice to pick for a simple look with an elegant touch. If you have a traditional office job or are climbing your way up the career ladder, it’s important to you to look polished and put together Monday through Friday.
“ ALWAYS PAY ATTENTION TO THE LITTLE DETAILS…”
Even those who don’t ordinarily wear jewellery pull out their jewels for formal occasions like a wedding or an anniversary party. Clothing does all the talking at events such as these, but jewelry is its partner in crime. That is why you need to pay special attention to what you will be wearing and pick your jewels accordingly. Don’t hesitate to add blink and eye catching bracelets something not ordinary to add sophistication to your style.
“ LET’S GIVE THEM SOMETHING TO TALK ABOUT”
You can bring a fun flair and loads of personality to whatever occasions you have. Shopping? Cruising? Going out with friends? Really let your style show and stack your favorite bracelets together.
Just keep a few things in mind: When creating a stack, vary the shapes and weights of the bracelets, but keep metal color as a unifying theme. Too much variety can just look messy. — there is no reason simple clothes require a boring look.
“ STYLE IS A WAY TO SAY WHO YOU ARE WITHOUT HAVING TO SPEAK.”