Bracelets For Men - How To Do It Properly.

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

  1. notdos

    notdos Well-Known Member

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    Nowadays people are turning more and more to everything natural. Bracelets made of Natural Baltic Amber are very nice.
     


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    What should be the proper fit for a bracelet? Is it too loose if there's enough space for 3 fingers? I have a small 6" wrist and find it hard to find bracelets in the correct size OTR.
     


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    A local and talented artisan here in the SF Bay Area makes these great bracelets with dark leather cording, stones and beads individually strung between. I have three with different combinations - all very handsome. This one is with two different stones: Apatite and Angelite, looking decent with a Brioni ivory graph shirt. Most gent's bead/stone bracelets I see in mags and from luxury houses are, IMHO, very uninteresting in their simplicity, and WAY overpriced for what they are. These from Bodhi Beads are super reasonable at $45 USD, especially given the individual tying of every bead/stone, not to mention the thought and artisanship put into the composition, choice of stones, and overall elegance. IMG_20170801_221125_434.jpg
     


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