4 rules to getting your man accessories right

How to rock style accents without losing your manliness.

April 26, 2015

Men’s accessories are in somewhat of a resurgence, with bracelets, pocket squares and tie bars becoming required wearing for the sartorially inclined.

However, there is more required to accessorising than meets the eye, as Italian model, actor and style writer Mariano Di Vaio (pictured) explains:

Maximise your impact
The most important accessories for men are the ones that are going to have maximum impact, and, for that, it’s all in the details. A tie bar, a personalised ring, a beautiful watch, or colourful bracelets are a clever way to add to your outfit. I wear Cruciani’s Mercury bracelets all the time, as they are easy to match with any outfit. male bracelets.

Don’t go overboard
Contemporary and cosmopolitan men definitely have a tendency to wear more accessories. There is nothing wrong with this, but you must be careful not to mix too many different styles. It is important to stick to a particular style that showcases your personality and not overdo it.

Character building
The accessories that people wear speak volumes about a person. What a man wears can tell you if he is sporty or classic; if he loves the bohemian and vintage style or if he is more of a fashion conscious and follows the latest trends. You can tell all of this just by looking at his bracelets, rings or watch. male bracelets. Stick to your style
For people who are not used to wearing accessories, the biggest mistake you can make is to mix too many different styles. Rings, bracelets and necklaces have their own style and you shouldn’t mix them without thinking it through – it is like wearing a pair of black leather shoes with sweatpants.

Details: Mariano Di Vaio helped design the Cruciani C bracelet. For more visit crucianic.com