I have noticed a lot of man jewelry being offered lately by upscale designers like David Yurman and John Hardy. I actually like the braided leather bracelets with silver claps. They are offering rings, metal bracelets, and necklaces. Those are a bit much for my style but there must be a big market for it out there if it's being offered. What say you gents? Are you a fan of man jewelry?
I like jewelry as long as you can tell it is for a man because some just don't. Other than that I find that jewelry gets snagged easily on things. A man I knew lost his finger 'cause his wedding band got snagged on factory equipment so I tend not to wear it to much.
not a friend of man jewlery. I wear a wedding ring. I used to wear a watch, but now have a pocket watch. When I was much younger, I had an earing, but quit wearing that when I grew up. Really don't like anything else.
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