UPCOMING TREND: JEWELLERY WITH BIG LINKS

Many people think that women are the only ones who wear jewellery. It is important to note that there are rings, necklaces and bracelets for men. Even if the range of jewellery for men is not as varied as that for women, the choice is still quite wide.

Be simple, avoid the superfluous!

Apart from pretty watches, men can wear different types of jewellery to get an original look. However, it is advisable to choose the right accessories to wear, for a result up to your expectations. Make sure you don’t look too showy or too effeminate. If you like to wear jewellery with large links on your neck or wrist, choose bracelets and/or necklaces that are classy.

Do you know the KISS rule? KISS stands for “Keep It Simple, Stupid”. In other words, try not to overdo it by wearing a dozen or so pieces of jewellery with large links. It is recommended not to mix metals. The accessories you wear should be in harmony with each other.

The bracelet, to look good

First of all, you should know that jewellery with large links is currently in fashion. Silver chains and silver bracelets give charm to your handle. You can also wear a large leather model to add a touch of rock to your look. However, if you prefer thinner bracelets, you can wear three or four. This will give volume to the whole. The choice of accessory will depend entirely on your taste and accessories. To keep a balanced appearance, it is best not to wear the bracelets and the watch on the same handle.

Highlight your neck with a necklace

Jewellery with big links and T-shirts have become a must to have an imposing look. You’ll look like a famous rapper or hip-hop dancer. However, if you prefer a classy look, it’s recommended that you wear a gold chain over an open shirt. In the latter case, to be plausible, the collar should be thin and sober. Furthermore, it is crucial that it is not too low to the neck or too long. The right length must be found.

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