As the Christmas gift shopping season progresses, it wouldn’t be surprising if the people remaining on your list were your father, husband, son, or some other male relative or friend. Finding Christmas gifts for men that will appreciate them can be a challenge. Jewelry might not be the first place that comes to mind, but it can be a treasure trove of options when it comes to shopping for gifts for men.
For most men, jewelry can be downright confusing, and it’s easy to see why. The term “men’s jewelry” has an unattractive stigma due to decades of limited offers on the market. If a man didn’t want to define himself with an aggressive and daring piece of metal chain, the only way to get himself a watch and a wedding ring was: the end of the story. That was until Miansai came in and finally gave the men what they always wanted, but they never knew they needed it.
Choose models with a bold, masculine look, available in many styles and different materials, including metal and premium leather. Otherwise, revisit the jewelry. Words that should never be associated with men’s bracelets include thread, bracelet, and friendship (chills). Bracelets are the only jewelry for men that would turn to simplicity. This means a brushed metal bracelet with an engraving, a single chain link, or a combination of both. If you wear it on the same wrist as your watch, the more subtle it is, the better.
These jewelry are named after the name tags used by military personnel or the name tags that inspired them. They come in many styles, including solid metal. Metal encrusted with a gemstone, mineral, or second metal; registered names and dates of birth; and even names or initials cut out or surrounded by diamonds. Let creativity guide you.
A super thick or heavy bracelet looks old-fashioned and is uncomfortable to wear during your active day. Large, exaggerated rings distract any man while typing or doing physical work in the office. The best rings are the minimal, slight dizziness that you may even forget when receiving viewers’ compliments. We recommend that you stick to elegant rings that are no larger than 4 millimeters.
Pick something minimal that feels personal to you and can be worn over your shirt as well as on the inside, with only a ribbon of thread sticking out around your neck. A trendy chain necklace with a medium chest-length gives a basic T-shirt and jeans character for killer style. We recommend that you avoid large, thick, diamond-cut chains. The polished look can be tricky for men. So go for something a little more upscale and robust.
A brooch is a great way to highlight a black-tie look (see Timothée Chalamets vintage Cartier brooch from his Oscars 2020 look). With no fixed body part to attach to, a pin is the ultimate form of self-expression. The late Karl Lagerfeld, for example, wore his brooch on his tie. From jewelry decked out beetles to upgraded sheriff badges, there are no rules here. We’ll wear ours in a denim jacket.