Men's bracelets have taken many forms over the years. From dark leather bracelet worn by a gang of bikers to beaded bracelets worn by trendy and fashion men in the street. And don’t forget the silver bracelets trend from ages, as silver considered nothing less than a luxury…
Why must you only adorn a simple watch when you can boost your style by combining them with luxurious bracelets? Pairing bracelets with watch is both incredibly easy and super fashionable. With these tricks under your sleeve, you’re bound to end up with a jaw-dropping men’s watch and bracelet.
HOW TO CHOOSE THE RIGHT BRACELET FOR YOU
MATCH METALS AND METAL COLORS.
AVOID WEARING TOO MANY BRACELETS.
Bracelets are stylish, you easily get hooked to them, and after some time, you might end up wearing more than one.
But if you are wearing the bracelet with your watch, it is important to make sure that you don’t wear too many bracelets at the same time. In most cases, more than two bracelets with a watch are too much, and your wrist will look busy and unflattering.
Stacking up too many bracelets is also not a good idea because stacking up too many pieces doesn’t allow the individual pieces of jewelry to stand, and those cool bracelets only disappear in the crowd.
STICK WITH ONE ARM.
This is the idea of stacking bracelets with your watch on the same wrist. Thin bracelets work well and should sit below your watch – Filling up both arms with bulky jewelry only ends up looking extra, and it will probably be uncomfortable for you as well. If you must stack the pieces, choose multiple thin pieces over the thick bracelets
GIVE THE BRACELETS SOME SPACE.
A common mistake that a lot of people make when combining bracelet with a watch is wearing the bracelets too close to the watch. This often results in making the bracelets hiding underneath the watch, which looks very odd.
Give your bracelets some space by putting your watch a bit further up your wrist and letting your bracelets rest right where the wrist meets the hand.
PICK YOUR MATERIALS.
Mix it up. Even though matching the metal of the watch with your bracelets can look stylish, going bold and combining different metals can really make your wrist stand out. Don’t go too bold, though, as this may result in an imbalance between your watch and bracelets.
Natural materials like leather, wood, and stone wear well over time and get better with age. The color of these materials is also easier to wear and matches almost any outfit.
Wearing all shiny metals can go a bit hip hop video… in the wrong way. Avoid this by mixing metals with a natural element. Leather, for example, keeps the metal looking masculine and subdues the whole vibe… in the right way.
These are the important tips you need to keep in mind when accessorizing with watches and bracelets on the same wrist. Follow them, and you will look fashionable and elegant every day.