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Here’s the Latest About Men’s Jewelry on the Red Carpet

Necklaces, bracelets and rings join the ‘man brooch’ as acceptable styles.

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Brad Pitt at the 2019 Venice Film Festival wearing a mix of jewelry, including David Yurman bracelets

Brad Pitt at the 2019 Venice Film Festival wearing a mix of jewelry, including David Yurman bracelets. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock

TALISMANS, SIGNET RINGS and mixed metal bracelets are no longer just the jewelry of stylish women who prefer layered, meaningful pieces. These styles have been trending for guys, too. On the celebrity front, Brad Pitt is the poster boy for cool guys who pull off wearing jewelry effortlessly. During his 2019 multi-city premieres and festivals for Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, Pitt was spotted wearing a stack of bracelets, multiple necklaces, a ring and a watch. Could you ask for a better example of how sexy jewelry can look on men?

Pyrrha sterling silver talisman necklace

Pyrrha

Sterling silver talisman necklace with symbol of a dog protected by a shield, representing one who is committed to fighting injustice.

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$198

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Jacquie Aiche 14K gold men’s rectangular onyx signet ring

Jacquie Aiche

14K gold men’s rectangular onyx signet ring.

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$4000

David Yurman spiritual beads bracelet with black onyx and pavé black diamonds

David Yurman

Spiritual beads bracelet with black onyx and pavé black diamonds.

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davidyurman.com

$2,700

Beth Bernstein is a published author of three books and jewelry and fashion expert with 18+ years experience. A broad knowledge of the history of jewelry and fashion coupled with a background in "the story", writing, trends, design concepts has earned Beth a proven track record.

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