Happy International Men’s Day! The 19th of November is International Men’s Day - a national holiday, where we celebrate the achievements and contributions from all men and boys around the world. While jewellery is more associated with women, men’s jewellery is slowly making a comeback, and is regularly seen at fashion weeks and red carpet events. To celebrate International Men’s Day, we’re taking a look at male celebrities who rock jewellery, and how you can steal their style.
Layer necklaces like Steven Tyler
It’s hard to find anyone quite as rock’n’roll as Steven Tyler. Energetic frontman of rock band Aerosmith, Steven Tyler is rarely seen without his signature look of tight leather pants, flowing white shirt and floppy hats. Mixing the best elements of rock and hippie together, he is often seen sporting layers upon layers of necklaces. The layering trend is a firm favourite today and Steven Tyler shows us how to do it well, with heaps of texture, mixed metals and varying lengths.
Drop earrings from Lil Nas X
Earrings are generally the accessory that men tend to avoid. But when it looks this good, we can’t help but get excited. Rapper, Lil Nas X is often seen wearing drop earrings and he loves to experiment with different styles. Huggies, cross symbols and asymmetrical earrings are his particular favourites, regularly gracing award shows and music videos.
Put a ring on it like Robin Thicke
Singer Robin Thicke tends to keep his jewellery to a minimum, keeping his suits the main attraction. This year, we spotted him sporting a ring from JewelStreet designer, LuvMyJewelry, while shooting for Monarch Magazine! Nothing beats a good signet ring, and the Grey Picture Jasper Stone Ring in Sterling Silver from LuvMyJewelry completes even the brightest outfits.
(Bracelet) it like Beckham
From casualwear to black tie, David Beckham is a style icon to the majority of the world. Always looking sharp and sophisticated, Becks likes to stick to a classic watch and bracelet. Typically stacked up high on his wrist, he incorporates bracelets into his more casual looks for more texture and to bring more recognition to his heavily tattooed arms and hands.
Off the cuff like Bond
While James Bond is a character, the actors who have played him have sharp, sleek looks, all topped off with a classic pair of cufflinks. In the casino scenes in Casino Royale, Daniel Craig wore a chic pair of silver cufflinks. The simple shape worked well with the black suit and tie, adding another layer to the look.