Nothing wrong with it, but I don’t wear any personally. I usually buy things with a practical function anymore. I may buy something aesthetically pleasing with a function, but I don’t buy much just for the sake of aesthetics alone. It almost always has to have a function.
In my opinion - life is too short to worry about what other people think. If you want to wear jewellery as a man, then go for it. I wear tiaras, but i’m aware that this is mostly “allowed” if you are a member of the royal family. To hell with that! I think they’re beautiful so i wear them. Wear your pinky ring with pride!
I’m not a fan of gold and silver chains and earrings on men, but I like hippie jewellery on men - things like leather bracelets and necklaces, and shells and metal pendants.Watches and one or two silver rings are ok too.
I like bracelets and necklaces. I wear a green bracelet like 90% of the time.
Id like to get a nice necklace with a meaningful emblem on it. I had a really cheap one with a feather on it but at some point I decided it was tacky.
I’m not sure if I could pull a ring off. But I have seen some that I thought looked great. Issue for me is that proper jewellery is stupidly expensive, and cheap stuff often corrodes or leaves a mark on your skin. I also have very big hands and feel awkward getting sized lol.
To all of my dudes out there: Get that pedicure, go pamper yourself, and when you’re looking fresh and clean you should put on that golden chain neckless, and wear your fancy watch and rings.
I see a lot of dudes on here sounding insecure about their life choices that others deem to be feminine, and all I have to ask is why the hell aren’t we allowed to pamper ourselves? It feels good to get a nice scalp massage, it feels good to get a professional haircut, and it feels good to have a spa day. It doesn’t make you less of a man to give yourselves the feeling of cleanliness and relaxation.
The only thing that isn’t “manly”, and I don’t use the term in an overtly macho way, is to worry that others think you’re not manly for giving a damn about your appearance. We are all human, and we all enjoy looking and feeling nice.