Jewellery is the thing which purpose is originally to make the wearer stand out from the crowd. Jewellery is used to finish one’s look as a fashion accessory, signalling that you have money to acquire an expensive piece. Jewellery was made from precious materials like gold, silver, diamond, platinum etc. in order to communicate wealth and status.
Usually women are said to have more attraction about jewellery but not only women but men also. Nowadays men are using jewellery as a status symbol.

Following are the trending jewellery for men.

  1. Bracelet - Decorative, functional, cause-related, and medical alert.  Men of royalty have worn ornamental bracelets for thousands of years, but more common today are cause-related bracelets such as Livestrong, functional ones such as parachute cord bracelets, or medical alert bracelets with a man’s vitals in case he loses consciousness.

The Pattern Strap Bracelet by Jewelroof

2. Rings - Rings come in a wide variety of forms: class rings, fraternal rings, championship rings, and decorative rings. Wedding rings are always acceptable. How many rings can a man wear?  The answer is as many as he can confidently pull off.  We’ve been raised in a society that frowns on showing off success and wealth in this manner.  But there are many men–especially travelers and immigrants–who can confidently wear 3 to 5 rings and not come off as a sleazy used car salesman. A common piece of jewellery for over half a century, wedding rings are normally made from gold, silver, and platinum and are simple in design.
The Leopard Ring by Jewelroof

3. Cufflinks & Shirt Studs - Cufflinks and shirt studs are functional jewellery pieces that hold the cufflinks and front of a dress shirt in place, normally where buttons would have been.  Shirt studs are most commonly associated with black tie attire, while cufflinks only require French or double cuffs.  Metallic cufflinks made from precious metals in simple designs are the most formal, while any cufflink using a novelty design is more for fun around the office.  Silk knots are a simple alternative to metals, and are a favorite with younger men.

4. Chain or Neckpiece - Decorative, functional, medical, or religious. Men who love their gold chains wear them 24/7.  Necklaces are an easy piece of jewellery to wear because they can be hidden under the clothing. Since only a sliver can be seen by others, they create a feeling of curiosity and can thus be a great conversation starter.  As for length and number to be worn–less is more. 

5. Cufflinks - Cufflinks offer men the opportunity to display their unique style through jewellery, replacing the buttons on a shirt cuff with bright, distinctive and even personalised novelties. Those with a particular flair for formal dressing could even consider wearing dress sets, which not only include cufflinks, but also collar studs and even tie pins. Cufflinks are certainly the one piece of jewellery which every man should own!

6. Pendant - A necklace is a type of jewellery that is worn around the neck. Many necklaces tend to consist of a metal jewellery chain, primarily gold or silver. ... If a necklace features a charm that hangs or dangles from it, that charm is known as a pendant. A pendant is typically attached to a necklace by means of a small loop.
The Surya Bygone Pendant by Jewelroof

7. Brooch - A brooch is a decorative jewellery item designed to be attached to garments, often to hold them closed. It is usually made of metal, often silver or gold or some other material. Brooches are frequently decorated with enamel or with gemstones and may be solely for ornament or serve a practical function as a clothes fastener. The earliest known brooches are from the Bronze Age. As fashions in brooches changed rather quickly, they are important chronological indicators. Many of the ancient European brooches found in archaeology are usually referred to by the Latin term fibula.

8. Studs - The definition of a stud earring is a small piece of jewellery that is worn through a small hole in the earlobe. An example of a stud earring is a small diamond set in gold and worn in the earlobe.

9. Kada – Kada , the Indian bracelet-cum-bangle is an important part of a men & women’s  life. From being a toddler to an older woman & men , kadas and bangles are an essential accessory. 
The Arjuna Kada by Jewelroof

10. Cuff - A cuff bracelet is one that does not close on the wrist but simply rests on the wrist with a gap or open area on the inside of the wrist. Unlike bangles (closed circles) cuff bracelets are worn low on the wrist bone rather than pushed up the forearm. Cuffs usually only need to be adjusted once and not bent each time.
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