“Mewellery” has been a popular term in fashion world1, representing different types of men’s jewellery and accessories. You may think that a wrist watch is well enough for telling a man’s character, but the trend tells us there are more jewels that men can wear.
Element of Leather
The men’s wristwear, which can be mentioned as “Mewellery” and “Mangle”, is usually in macho leather. Leather is suitable for men who just start picking up the habit to wear accessories. Leather made jewellery is much more affordable than the jewellery made with precious metals.
Besides that, it perfectly matches with causal wears especially in v-neck shirts and jeans.
Black and White
These contrasting hues are always modern in the fashion world. We don’t have to spend time to worry about styling with black and white. Black rhodium plated silver necklaces, onyx set rings or jewellery with marcasite are the most sortable choices for men to accessorise in black and white.
Functional and ornamental
Cufflinks are jewellery pieces designed as functional and ornamental. Wearing cufflinks shows the respect to formal events such as weddings, balls and business meetings. The commonly used materials for making cufflinks are sterling silver and karat-gold with semi-precious stones.
Rock and Gothic
Wearing the gothic style jewellery is another way to show your distinctive character. If you tend to wear in rock or gothic style, getting a piece of jewellery in extraordinary sign or motif will do. Skulls and crosses are best choices for you to stand out. It blends the masculine aesthetics of bikers’ culture and rock n roll.
Skull rings and bikes are perfect matches. Photo Credit: Shutterstock
1 CHRISTINA PASSARIELLO, Grab Your 'Murse,' Pack a 'Mankini' And Don't Forget the 'Mewelry' (2011), Retrieved 22 June 2016, from http://www.wsj.com/articles/SB10001424053111904900904576554380686494012