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Cool Men's Jewellery Brands That Will Stop You From Looking Like A Pirate

For centuries men’s jewellery has been confined to two items: a watch and a wedding ring. However, those days are long gone. In recent years, men have started to explore wearing other jewellery including rings, necklaces, bracelets and earrings.

According to Bloomberg in 2015 the global market size of the jewellery industry was $310 billion and will grow to $388 billion in 2020. This large increase highlights the growth of not only the jewellery industry as a whole but also the continued adoption of men’s jewellery. Evidently, in this day and age, jewellery is just as much for men as it is for women.

There are myriad different jewellery brands out there and the most important aspect to consider what you’re buying and who you’re buying from is what it says about you. As with all men’s accessories, jewellery is a reflection of who you are as a person, your lifestyle, tastes and even income. So it’s worthwhile looking at various brands, styles and materials available to ensure the jewellery you end up purchasing reflects you in the right way.

Another important aspect to cover is that of quality. Since jewellery is often quite delicate, this is especially important. Not only will better quality items last longer, but they are also better for you as poor quality metals can cause nasty skin conditions if not properly cared for.

Here is our selection of the finest men’s jewellery brands that are sure to help you to lift your jewellery game.

Best Men’s Jewellery FAQ

What jewellery can a man wear?

Men can wear bracelets, cuffs, rings and necklaces or pendants. Be sure to not mix different colours, such as silver and rose gold, but instead, stick to one metal colour throughout.

What colour jewellery is best for a man?

There’s no right or wrong answer to this, as it comes down entirely to personal preference. The two most common metal options available to guys are sterling silver and gold, and both can look good in either casual or formal environments. Some men’s jewellery can be found in rose gold, but this can be a harder colour to pull off. If you get rose gold jewellery, start off with a piece that incorporates it with silver too, before making the jump to a full rose gold piece.

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