How Do I Choose the Best Men's Cuff Bracelet?

Patti Kate
Patti Kate
Man with hands on his hips
Man with hands on his hips

When shopping for a men's cuff bracelet, be sure to buy the correct size. If the cuff bracelet is not adjustable, you'll have to have the exact wrist measurement to ensure a comfortable fit. The material you choose for the men's cuff bracelet is also important, so consider whether you want metal or leather. A silver cuff bracelet may coordinate with other silver jewelry, as well as white gold. For a man who is very active or works with his hands, a 14-karat gold bracelet will provide more durability than 18- or 24-karat gold.

Men's cuff bracelets may be found in many styles, widths, and colors. Choose one that fits the personality and lifestyle of the wearer. If the men's cuff bracelet is meant to signify a special occasion or date, having it engraved and personalized can make a nice presentation and gift.

Coordinating the bracelet with other pieces of jewelry is important as well. Many men prefer jewelry made of Black Hills gold. A Black Hills gold men's cuff bracelet may be created with the same intricate designs of his other jewelry. Black Hills gold bracelets coordinate well with other pieces, as the leaves and grapevine designs can be found in rings and pendants as well. The tri-colored designs make Black Hills gold versatile, as it can be worn with yellow, white, or rose-colored gold.

For people with an active lifestyle or those who play sports, a men's cuff bracelet made of leather is a good choice. Leather cuff bracelets are generally more pliable than other styles. A leather cuff bracelet will allow more freedom of movement than a metal bracelet, and they are typically lightweight as well. Various widths are available in leather cuff bracelets. Most men's leather cuff bracelets are adjustable, making them a convenient choice for gift giving.

For combining the practicality of leather with the fashion of silver, choose a men's cuff bracelet that incorporates both materials. A silver clasp with leather cuff can be a good choice. Look for braided styles of leather in light brown or black.

For men who exclusively wear southwestern jewelry, a silver and turquoise cuff bracelet is a good option. These styles generally incorporate intricate designs that are popular in Native American jewelry. One advantage of choosing a silver and turquoise men's cuff bracelet is that it can be worn with turquoise rings.

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