Men’s Rings Go Unconventional
Rings are jewelry items that most people have. They are perfect gifts to mark a person’s associations and special life events like graduation from college and weddings. These days, you can’t have too many rings. Girls of course have been into wearing multiple rings all at once; nothing’s taboo for them when it comes to accessorizing. Men are getting into this trend as well and they don’t have to be rock stars to pull it off because we’ve already reached the age when outrageous is what sells and men who want to express themselves through fashion are actually admired instead of mocked.
There are no more boundaries when it comes to jewelry. A Mens ring may have charms and big diamonds set on prongs that will have women wanting them for themselves. Of course a mens ring is not for the reserved and traditional; it is for those men who are more fashion-forward and daring. The thing is, anything could work as long as people just have the right attitude. Before, pink was a no-no for men but with the rise of Japanese and Korean influence in media, pink has become a comfortable color for guys to wear.
The kawaii (Japanese for cute) culture’s impact on jewelry products is quite apparent in the line of rings for men especially in countries like China, Japan and Korea. It’s not only the fact that these rings resemble women’s rings so much but they have become so playfully quirky. They’re no longer just made from the usual metals we’re all familiar with like silver, gold, platinum, titanium, tungsten, stainless steel, etc.
There are rings for men that are made from rubber, silicone, plastic, hemp, even clay. For men who really want to stand out, the unconventional materials mentioned will surely earn them attention from other people. Making a statement with just one piece of jewelry can be easily achieved just by going for the unexpected. Charms, butterflies, pink stones…they’re no longer just for women, it’s about time that men get to join in the colorful whimsy as well.