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Best Bracelets for Men – AskMen

11 of our favorite bracelets to elevate any look

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The watch has been a staple of men’s style for as long as we can remember, but it’s simpler, the bracelet has never really taken off the same way. Even though the bracelet has been around for around 7,000 years (long before the watch), it is still not considered an essential item for most men.

That might be about to change, as more and more men in the spotlight are wearing bracelets lately. Maluma, Timothée Chalamet, Henry Golding and others were seen sporting bracelets around town.

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The bracelet is an extremely simple addition to enhance a look, show personality and adopt an incredible design. The bracelet will quickly become your new staple style, if it hasn’t already. Take a look at these choices and step up your accessory game.

Cuban Link Bracelet in Italic Gold


A Cuban link bracelet is an understated classic. It’s a simple statement piece that adds a sparkle of solid 14k gold to an outfit. This bracelet from Italic is a high-end piece to wear alone or pair perfectly with a watch. This one is only available in gold, so if you’re a fan of silver, you’ll have to look elsewhere.

$390 at

Akoya Pearl Strand Bracelet

Akoya Pearl Strand BraceletAkoya

Pearls are becoming increasingly popular, with celebrities like Usher, Joe Jonas and Harry Styles wearing pearl necklaces. Pearls have been worn by royalty for centuries and celebrated for their uniqueness. This bracelet features organic South Sea Akoya pearls set on 100% silk thread with solid 14k reclaimed gold for added strength and everyday wearability. Wear them like royalty.

$1,280 at

Bulova Men’s Classic Cuff Bracelet

Bulova Men's Classic Cuff BraceletBoulova

If you are looking for something simple and refined, this cuff bracelet is for you. It’s crafted from sleek stainless steel and features an easy slip-on open cuff design for a streamlined look. The shape can be a bit polarizing, but it definitely stands out in a modern way.

$127 on

Jared Natural Black Spinel Tennis Bracelet

Jared Natural Black Spinel Tennis Braceletnatural jared

Black is always in style, and Jared’s black spinel tennis bracelet will be with you forever. It is adorned with bold black spinel gemstones fashioned in sterling silver for added vibrancy and durability. The gemstones might be a bit too flashy for some, but the black on black makes this standout piece work.

$399 at

Banter by Chevron Solid Pagoda Piercing

Banter Solid Herringbone Chain Bracelet in 10k GoldTo joke

Even simpler than the Cuban chain link is the herringbone solid chain bracelet. Herringbone necklaces have become a staple for men, so it makes sense that bracelets are the next step. The herringbone chain is closer together than the Cuban, so it may feel a little tighter, but it’s more like a single piece. If you’re a minimalist, this one’s for you.

$175 on

Tommy Hilfiger Braided Leather Bracelet

Tommy Hilfiger Braided Leather BraceletTommy Hilfiger

Bracelets don’t always have to be metal. This Tommy Hilfiger bracelet is made of genuine leather in the color navy. It also has a magnetic closure, so it’s extremely easy to put on and take off. Maybe too easy? If you don’t dig your wrist into things often, you should be fine.

$45 on

Fossil Plated Stainless Steel Engravable ID Bracelet

Fossil Plated Stainless Steel Engravable ID BraceletFossil

If you are someone who wants to be personalized, this engravable ID bracelet is for you. There are stainless, beaded, and cord options for the style you’re looking for. Write your name, a word that’s important to you, or anything that sounds fun. It’s a great gift, although not everyone likes their name engraved, so make sure it matches their brand.

$70 on

Ted Baker Matt Flat Top Bracelet

Ted Baker Matt Flat Top BraceletTed Baker

This Ted Baker bracelet is unique because of its matte finish. Not everyone likes shiny jewelry, so this accessory is perfectly subtle. Wear it with a similar blue for a monochromatic story or pair it with black or bright red for a bit of contrast.

$70 at

Fossil braided bracelet in stainless steel and genuine leather

Fossil braided bracelet in stainless steel and genuine leatherFossil

If you are hesitant to wear a metal bracelet, leather is a great option. It’s something that most men are already used to wearing in watch straps, belts, etc. Plus, it’s generally more comfortable than metal. This braided bracelet is made from black and brown leather, so it should go with almost anything. It’s more casual than some other options, but can be the finishing touch to a dressier outfit.

$45 on

Roxanne Assoulin bracelet set

Roxanne Assoulin bracelet setRoxanne Assoulin

Looking for something bold and colorful? This Roxanne Assoulin bracelet set is sure to bring joy to anyone who wears or sees it. The enamel and gold set includes two styles strung with oblong or square beads in a variety of shades. These bright colors might not be to everyone’s taste, but if you can pull them off, you’re sure to make a scene.

$145 at

Serpenti bracelet BVLGARI

Serpenti bracelet BVLGARIBVLGARI

If you are truly ready to show off impeccable fashion sense and personality, this BVLGARI bracelet is what you have been waiting for. It is a magnificent piece made of 18k rose gold, 0.30 ct diamonds on the head and two rubellites for the eyes. This bracelet is not for the faint of heart. Not in all flair? Try something simpler like BVLGARI bracelet in pink gold.

$11,200 on

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