7 Wedding Bands for Men Wanting Something Just a Bit Different



Christian Bauer palladium etched diamond wedding band

Christian Bauer

Men are typically predictable when it comes to wedding bands. No diamonds, please. Yes, something simple. Milgrain sides? Sure. But we don’t give them enough credit these days, and I know plenty of men who have serious style. He’s not looking for something coated in sparkle, and he’s not interested in seeing himself coming and going, either. 

Malo Crestions Mardini titanium wedding band

Malo Creations

 

Tacori Sculpted Crescent men's wedding band

Tacori

 

 

Furrer Jacot red gold Karbon wedding bands

Furrer Jacot

Your customer may think he knows what he wants when he strolls into your store: a no-fuss but durable piece that will do the job when the day comes to tie the knot. Your job is to surprise him. Tell him to remember, this is his wedding band, to wear day in and day out. It’s a reflection of not only a commitment made on his wedding day, but an expression of his style.

See: What’s the deal with man-gagement rings?

 La Corza Element wide wedding band

La Corza

 

Parle Designs tsavorite garnet men's band

Parlé Jewelry Designs

He may be pleasantly surprised by rings like these—bands that don’t go too far out of the traditional comfort zone, but have just enough spice to express individuality.

See: men’s wedding bands for your store.

Novell Design Studio black diamond wedding band

Novell Design Studio

 

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