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Whether you’re a newcomer to the bracelet scene or a men’s jewellery pro, cuff bracelets are stylish everyday accessories that go well with everything from the buttoned-up to the laid back. From architectural, understated metal cuffs to outlandish bracelets inspired by dragons, match your style with one of our cuff bracelets designed and constructed exclusively for men.
A men’s cuff bracelet is designed to rest on your wrist without closing completely around it. Cuff bracelets are worn below the wrist bone and, unlike bangles or bracelets, shouldn’t roll around your wrist.
Most cuff bracelets for men are designed to be adjusted slightly. Avoid toying with the metal too much, as it can wear out and break. Generally, men’s metal cuffs are constructed to be adjusted once and then slide on and off easily without needing to fix the size every time.
To adjust your cuff, put it on your wrist and wrap your hand firmly around it and gently squeeze the ends together. Do not take your cuff bracelet off of your wrist and pull the ends together because this can weaken the metal.
If you already have a cuff bracelet, simply measure that to find the perfect fit. If not, use a tape measure and measure around your wrist where you want the cuff to sit. But what happens when you purchase a cuff bracelet as a gift? In that case, refer to the following as a general size guideline:
- 8 ½” or 21.5 cm = Fits a smaller man
- 9” or 22.8 cm = Fits a medium-sized man
- 9 1/2” or 24 cm = Fits a larger man
Your men’s cuff bracelet shouldn’t roll around your wrist or be so tight that it pinches your skin. The ideal fit is when the cuff bracelet stays on your arm without falling off but is also easy enough to remove without hurting yourself.
Wear your new metal cuff bracelet on whatever side you want. There is no gay or straight way about it. The same goes for all bracelets – tell your story and don’t worry about what others think.
If you’re right-hand dominant, you may want to wear your cuff on your right hand. And yes, you can wear your cuff next to your watch on your left arm. Just make sure that the metals match. Men’s cuff bracelets also look great on the opposite arm of your favourite watch. Mix it up with different textures – like beads or leather – for a stylish look or make it a standalone accent with your formal suit.
To help you on the road to complete cuff success, shop our expanding selection of cuff bracelets designed exclusively for men.