Like any other piece of men’s jewellery, the bracelet is to be a noticed accent, however not the main piece of your outfit. What form the bracelet takes will depend on the outfits you like to wear. If you're in a suit and tie on the regular, something metallic and upscale looking is a natural fit. If your wardrobe tends more toward wrap pants and tropical shirts, you're probably going to do better in leather, rope, and bead sorts of bracelets with a rough-edged, natural look.
However, regardless of what sort of outfit you rock, the bracelet should do the same job, compliment your overall look. It can take any outfit to the next level, what is meant by this is that when you add to your look, you go from a man with a jacket to a man who has put thought into how he wants to present himself.
It is critical, however, that the correct size and weight are used. Make sure to get it sized right! The wrong size can mean you can get sick of your bracelet very quickly. If the bracelet is heavy you should fit it reasonably close, lighter pieces allow for more play around with how you want the bracelet to sit and look.
The beauty of fashion is that despite the rules and expectation, there are individuals who can go against the grain and make it look exceptional. For the most part, though, you should swim between the flags at least for the start of your men’s jewellery journey rather than erratically experimenting straight away.
Our advice is to keep it simple, it is easy to fall into the trap of mismatching your accessories when experimenting, it can look like you are trying too hard to look stylish, which can create an element of awkwardness about your outfit. At the end of the day, a good bracelet does what any other good accent does: complements the outfit you wear it with.
Since your outfits change from day to day, you want to shop for bracelets that will work with your preferred personal style. Whatever you wear most of the time, look for bracelets that are going to seem like natural complements.
If we take famous Hollywood actor Bradley Cooper, for example, an icon of this decade for men's fashion we see a simple yet elegant silver bracelet that goes with the blue and white themed outfit perfectly. Silver is certainly your safest option as we can see it really does compliment any colour!
So you know your colour, you know your outfit. What are you waiting for? Make sure you are looking prime this weekend and turn heads on your night out, the time of male jewellery has never been more exciting, and you do not want to miss out on some of the amazing outfits that are just a bracelet away.