1) THE WEEKEND WARRIOR STEADFAST BRACELET
This comes in leather or suede, and its wrap-around design is for the easy-going dude.
2) DESIGNSIX SLIM BANGLE
This slim bracelet with a gold-tone finish and leather detail is good for casual days. Because of its width, you can wear it with other thin bracelets.
3) CARRIE K NUT AND BOLT BRACELET
$198, Keepers: Singapore Designer Collective at the junction of Cairnhill Road and Orchard Road
Show off your masculinity with this calf leather bracelet designed by local designer Carolyn Kan. It was inspired by the strength and support from the nut and bolt. This is best worn on its own.
4) MIANSAI GOLD-PLATED CUFF
US$185 (S$253), www.mrporter.com
The hook fastening on this bracelet is meant to be worn on the inside of the wrist, so you will definitely draw attention each time you wave. Wear this piece from the Miami-based brand with both tailored and casual looks.
5) STALE & CO. KENNY CUFF BRACELET
$99, Kapok at the National Design Centre
Meticulously crafted in Singapore, this textured brass piece is for those who like to play it subtle.
6) TOPMAN SIMPLE CUFF BRACELET
$23, B3-02 Ion Orchard
Keep your look clean and elegant with this minimalist design.
7) POLO RALPH LAUREN LEATHER PLAITED BRACELET
Wear this piece for a whole lot of rugged attitude, but not in the boardroom.
8) TIPS FOR WEARING BRACELETS
1) Metal bracelets are rather attention-grabbing, so they are best worn on their own without your watch. You do not want them to ruin your watch, either.
2) If you are wearing a metal bracelet, skip the cufflinks to avoid a metal overkill.
3) With heavier chunky bracelets, steer clear of ones in gold which can look a little too "gangsta".
4) While you can wear a few bracelets together, avoid doing this in a formal setting.
When it comes to stacking bracelets, you can wear more of them together if they are all thin.
This article was first published on Mar 27, 2015.
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