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Bracelets For Men - How To Do It Properly.

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by davesmith, Jan 2, 2012.

  1. Crane's

    Crane's Well-Known Member

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    So this is a new fashion thing? LOL! I've been wearing some kind of bracelet for nearly 4 decades. About the only thing I can say is wear them on the opposite wrist from your watch and don't overdue it by wearing a bunch of them.
     
  2. rexet

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    I kind of like the holiday look a bracelet can give during summer time.
    But out of the beach it is really hard not to fall in the "try too hard" look.
     
  3. Ilan Michaeli

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    Hello,

    I really like this owl bracelet, will you please let me know where can i get it?

    Thank you
     
  4. EriQ009

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    A gift from my wife on my birthday:

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    Nothing at all wrong with a man wearing a bracelet. In good taste and moderation, of course.
     
  5. Crane's

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    I like that. It reminds me of one of my key chains. Braided cord with a monkey fist knot on the end.

    I pretty much am down to two bracelets that I'll wear on a regular basis. One is a CIB that's been turned into a bracelet and the other is a tricolor twisted braid sort of thing made out of copper, jewelers brass and nickel silver.
     
  6. b1os

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    Not wearing my BV bracelets often anymore. Expensive, but definitely good quality.
     
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  7. P. Bateman

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    Anyone know where I can find cool clasps or other hardware? I scored some interesting cord to make my own MIANSAI inspired jobby. So far I've been very unimpressed with the clasp findings I've found.
     
  8. P. Bateman

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    I couldn't find the clasp I wanted so I made my own out of sterling silver.

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  9. P. Bateman

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    My humble wrist game:
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  11. sugarbutch

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    Not all at once, right? Right?
     
  12. P. Bateman

    P. Bateman Well-Known Member

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    Correct. Sometimes two, but usually one.
     
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  13. jasbanwait

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    I really love Ruddraksh beads in rosewood or ebony..yes they are prayer beads, but I don't think its a bad thing to wear them as fashion. I like that they are meaningful.

    I think wearing beads or bracelets really shows personality and character especially when worn with a suit. Beads or bracelets look great with a checkered shirt and grey or blue blazer.. a watch and bracelet look great together as well.
     
  14. Hampton

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    Little more of Sartoriaz.

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  16. Veremund

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    :facepalm:
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  17. Veremund

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    +1
     
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  19. Hampton

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    Very nice, i'll be getting those soon in diffrent colors. Will be in Milano next week :)
     

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