Men have smoothly sneaked into the jewellery world as stylishly as it should have been. Although the hippie fashion has been criticised by the conservative circles of our society, the chic and subtle accessories of contemporary men however earned acceptance. Several designers and companies today design male accessories in silver, platinum, gold, bronze and steel studded with precious and semi precious stones and gems.

It is difficult for most of us to imagine men’s accessories to not be hardcore, evil and savage in design, it somewhat goes against assumed image and personality. The skulls and bones, daggers stained with blood, strange symbols and shapes, cult pendants, mythical creatures and heavy chains in cross dimensional patterns seem to be the whole of men’s adornment. The secret societies and cults were rich enough with ancient symbols and figures that manufacturers required very less effort to design male jewellery.
Even in the jewellery designs seen today, some of these occult signs and symbols make some of the most popular themes when it comes to men’s jewellery. Not only are all of these very popular, but have, to some extent, been able to revive the long lost meaning and message behind as well. A more extreme form of jewellery fever amongst men is body piercing where they have taken their love for metal one step ahead. The influence of this can very well be seen on more conventional jewellery as well.

For that reason, it is hard for us to imagine and expect the men’s accessories to be less than raw and freaky. Since teenage boys and young men are particularly fond of wearing fashion accessories and a major section of men’s jewellery revolves around them, it sounded easy to grab them with cheesy and bold designs. The wholesale suppliers are always on the hunt to find strange and weird items and supply them exclusively to the dealers and customers. The designer of male jewellery follow the trends and demands and by staying on the same lines, make new designs to satisfy the roaring adornment needs of the young men.

The fashion and film industry plays its role in define the vogue of a particular era. It is however surprising to note that the styles of 70s and 80s still have deep impact on our society, culture and fashion. Then the gangster style and bikers trends perhaps would never let the men’s wholesale jewellery items become any less savage. The fact remains that if carried good with proper dressing, shoes and hair cut, there is no replacement for such heavy manly jewellery.

The only gent’s accessory that seems to survive and grow without the influence of crude traits is the wrist watch. Even those who prefer bold jewellery, go for the sophisticated watches. This is a clear indication that the male fashion world has enough scope for chic and less scary jewellery items too; all we need is the first step, an initiation to carve out the gentle side of our gentlemen. The designers, manufacturers and wholesalers of jewellery should give this a try.

Author's Bio: 

William King is the director of Wholesale, UK Manufacturers, Wholesale Distributors and UK Wholesalers. He has 18 years of experience in the marketing and trading industries and has been helping retailers and startups with their product sourcing, promotion, marketing and supply chain requirements.