A simple band in gold, silver, or platinum can be personalized with a special message. Consider having your initials or wedding date engraved – or even a simple statement like “From here to eternity.”
Three stone wedding rings aren’t just for the brides anymore. A simple row of three diamonds adds a nice touch of ice to a masculine wedding band.
Black wedding bands have become popular among modern grooms, from all-black bands to two-tone designs.
One interesting and fashionable style for grooms are wedding bands with satin finishes. A satin finish gives a ring more texture, as well as a masculine, “steel-like” appearance. Keep it plain for minimalist grooms, or add a ring of pave diamonds for those who want a little more flash.
Who says wedding bands need to be made of precious metals? Wood rings are cool, earthy, and a laid-back alternative to traditional styles. For the best of both worlds, these unique wood wedding rings for men can be dressed up with inlaid gems or a mother of pearl band.
An endless loop of several bands makes for a unique, multidimensional look. You can also mix different metals for a two-toned style.
Create a bold statement with a square ring. There’s something very stately about this particular shape, especially when engraved with intricate details along the border.
About the Author: Lauren Malamala is a New York City-based writer and musician with an International Business degree from Richmond, the American International University in London. She currently works for a luxury bridal publication, and is a regular contributor to several online magazines and blogs.
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