Men’s jewelry is taking over the red carpet in 2020. Harry Styles from One Direction flaunted big chunky rings and colorful nail art at the Brit Awards. Actor Timothée Chalamet made headlines for perfectly pinning a vintage Cartier brooch on the lapel of his basic navy zip up blazer at Academy Awards. AJ McClean wore rock inspired bracelets, rings, and necklaces while promoting the extension of tour dates for the Backstreet Boys DNA World Tour. While celebrities are pushing the boundaries and adapting new jewelry styles, bracelets are attracting the most male consumers. Not only are men interested, but women are attracted to them and can visualize their significant other wearing it.
Male athletes and coaches are stepping up their wrist game by stacking and layering bracelets rather than wearing a watch. Whether he’s in a tracksuit or a business suit, Dana Cavalea, Strength Coach for the Word Champion Yankees, and motivational speaker, wears bracelets from Love, Lisa on his wrist to show his sporty yet sophisticated style. A Love, Lisa stack peaking out under a suit is a sophisticated yet stylish way to achieve a polished look. A stack from Love, Lisa also looks great with a button down and freshly pressed chinos, ideal for casual or corporate.
The Real Housewives of New Jersey and Teresa Giudice super fan, @leopard_man1024 discovered Love, Lisa after he saw Giudice wearing a buddah stack. Since stacking is popular styling trend that both men and women can embrace, a black beaded men’s stack is fan-tastic for romantic occasions and Housewives-binging home on the couch.
The Love, Lisa Haute Men’s Skull Stack is made with black onyx beads and pyrite and looks awesome on any bad boy’s arm. Shop skulls, barb wire, and chunky chains to add some edge to your outfit. Wrap your wrist with Love, Lisa bracelets, pair with a blazer and jeans, and channel your inner rock star.