Wednesday, 8 October 2014

Jewellery For your special once



Jewellery For your special once


Jewellery For your special once



If your husband, son or nephew is interested in ornaments, relax. It is not just the rappers who sport jewellery. Emperors have done that, as do stylish sportsmen and the new metro sexual man—and they look good wearing them. Though the regular Joe will root only for wrist watches, among male accessories, there is no reason for him to be restricted to them.

Indian aristocratic men traditionally sported heavy, stone-studded jewellery to complement their silken robes. Here we are discussing sober, light pieces that you can buy for your man to wear everyday with his usual attire. So the emphasis is on pieces that go well with the common western attire adopted by the urban male, for formal and casual wear.

Types of jewellery

Items of jewellery sported by men generally include:
  • ear studs
  • tie pins/tacks
  • cuff-links
  • collar bars
  • bracelets
  • chains around their necks
  • finger rings
  • designer watches
These are easily available in designs that are distinctly masculine in style and understated in elegance.

Interest in Pieces of Jewellery

The average man's interest in jewellery and accessories is typically dictated more by current trends and his peer circle. Other influences could also be his individual passions and the associated fashion that, in his mind, marks his identity. Take for example, rap musicians and their followers; they would be the only people brave enough to sport those giant gold medallions and chains.

It is the same with the flashy decorative jewellery endorsed by rock stars and matinee idols for particular movies. Their fans may readily adopt the trends, but not many others do. Nevertheless, today's men in the age group of 18-45 are more than likely to be persuaded, if not downright interested, to try out masculine jewellery. When even a generation back, wearing jewellery was not looked upon favourably, now it has become a welcome addition to most wardrobes.


Gifting options

For gifting purposes, bracelets are an excellent option. Especially if you are buying a gift for some one who is not very keen on wearing jewellery, a bracelet can make a very discreet and elegant starting point to more experiments with jewellery. It is also a very safe gift to get for a man with whom you are not familiar.

If it is a wedding band, a simple strip of metal wrapped around the ring finger and made of the groom's favorite metal, is best. However, it is a very personal gift, and unless you know the person well, this gift item is best left to others closer to him to buy.

Here is a sure-shot tip to buying a piece of jewellery for a man and ensuring that he wears it. Take a cue from the one accessory he unabashedly dotes on—watches. Yes, just observe the kinds of watches he wears and adores, and you have a fairly good idea of the kind of jewellery he will prefer.

If he prefers elegant watches, try some subtle, stylish designs; guys who adore sporty watches, on the other hand, may be game for some funky jewellery.

While blue stones add a distinctive masculine charm to metals, clusters of multi-coloured stones may not be easily carried off by most men. Diamonds are another crystalline aesthetic appeal that adds nicely to men's jewellery. Steel and the colour blue contrast and complement the Indian males' complexion just right.










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