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Which Men's Bracelet should I buy?

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You do not need -- moreover you shouldn't want -- a braclet.

Period.

End of discussion.
 

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A watch is the only piece of jewelery a man needs on his wrist.
 

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Links aren't opening for me.

I don't get the bracelet hate... personally not my thing, but I think PG, spoo and others pull it off.
 

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A man. Buying a bracelet. From Walmart.


 

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OP, this part of the forum isn't about "Men's Clothing" in the sense of "Clothing Men Wear", but more about a kind of suiting subculture.

You can wear a bracelet, but both of those are ugly. Look at streetetiquette.com, Travis and Joshua usually have some interesting bracelets or rings on.
 

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great first post there...

-LR
 

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Originally Posted by bowtielover
A watch is the only piece of jewelery a man needs on his wrist.

+1.

I wore bracelets when I was young, but I do not find it appropriate for grown-up men.
(Nowadays, I feel a bit the same about tattoos)
 

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What a bunch of fuddy duddys. Bracelets and rings are fine as long as you don't go overboard. That said, both of those are pretty ugly.
 

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I was just checking my calendar to see if it was 1st April :) Well, anyway, though the post seems out of place here, I'd say bracelets were a no-no for men of taste unless you subscribe to certain subcultures; so surfers, skaters, bikers, ethno-chic etc. In which case, bracelets of woven hemp, studded leather or something you picked up in Laos might suit. But the generic Walmart think? No.
 

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Originally Posted by bowtielover
A watch is the only piece of jewelery a man needs on his wrist.
So true. Mabye if your a badass rocker you can pull a leather wrist band of, I would not recommend it.
 

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