Muse for a second on what the nicest accent for a perfectly pressed dress shirt could be. Here’s a hint: It has nothing to do with a tie, an ascot or a pair of solid-gold cuff links. Rather, it is a simple bracelet that lingers at the very edge of a cuff, catching the eye of business partners and potential suitors alike.
Rid your mind of visions featuring feminine baubles or rows of sparkling diamonds; it is completely possible to find a manly iteration of this accoutrement. Focus on streamlined styles such as Le Gramme’s wisp of a matte cuff or a golden knot from JVDF, designed by former model Justin von der Fehr. If those slim styles are too dainty, consider a chunky ID bracelet à la David Yurman, which forgoes actual initials for a swipe of black onyx. One is enough. A singular bracelet will provide a worldly and particularly tasteful dash.