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Alternative Metals For Men's Jewelry - Articles Surfing
In general, jewelry is associated with femininity. Almost all discussions about jewelry revolve around those that are for women. However, men are now becoming more and more interested about enhancing their looks. That is why in the realm of fashion, which of course includes jewelry, men are not contented to be left behind.
While there are still a lot of people who believe that jewelry is a woman's territory, there are actually a lot of men out there who are into jewelry-wearing as well. If you visit jewelry stores, browse fashion magazines, or even just surf the Internet, you'll find that there is a wide assortment of men's jewelry that is available. Moreover, many pieces of jewelry out in the market today are no longer just for the wealthy; it is now acceptable for the average Joe to wear a little of the fancy stuff. We no longer live in the times when a wedding ring is the only thing that a man would wear. Today, different kinds of jewelry are available for men * earrings, necklaces, bracelets, rings, anklets, and so on.
Recently, the use of alternative metals for men's jewelry has become a popular trend. Titanium is one of those metals. It is being used for both women's and men's jewelry, but it is more popular for the latter. Titanium is expensive and durable so a lot of men prefer this material over the traditional silver and gold. Also, titanium jewelry is lighter so a lot of men find it to be less of a hassle and more wearer-friendly. Aside from titanium, another metal that is popular for men's jewelry is stainless steel, which has almost the same characteristics as titanium except that it is much less expensive.
Another popular material used for men's jewelry is silver. In fact, the appeal of silver for men has never faded since the start and is still being used today. Large and thick gold chains can be very expensive, and a lot of men would rather spend that much money on something else other than jewelry. Thus, if a man wishes to improve his style and give off the impression of elegance, he can just opt for the cheaper but equally stunning sterling silver jewelry pieces out in the market today. These silver pieces come in different types and designs * from understated thin chains to fancy, sparkly earrings to large, ornate medallions.
Aside from type of metal used, the styles and designs of men's jewelry are evolving. They have become more ornate than what was traditionally accepted for men in the past. For instance, when it comes to wedding rings, a lot of men now choose carved or bejeweled rings instead of plain gold or silver ones. Some may have filigrees and may even be diamond-studded.
Men's jewelry may still not be as popular as women*s, but if men wish to adorn themselves with an earring, necklace, bracelet, or ring, a myriad of choices are available from which they can choose from. The current trend is that the negative stereotypes for jewelry-wearing men are fading so maybe in a few years, men's jewelry would see an increase in popularity.
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