A brooch is a great way to elevate a black-tie look. Timothee Chalamet is the best example for it. The late Karl Lagerfeld was known for wearing his brooch on his tie. From jewelled beetles to pimped-up sheriff badges, there are no inherent rules here. Wear yours on a denim jacket this summer
Styles’ single earring at the Met Gala 2019 truly brought in the earrings phase, and confirmed that the accessory is for everyone. More and more men are getting their ears pierced, and fashion brands have jumped at the chance to cater to their accessory needs. Whether you’re going subtle with a stud or making a statement with a dangling pearl, you will have your pick at some pretty good choices.
Gucci brought back the maximalism that we needed in our lives with chunky rings. Pairing subtle gold or silver bands with sparkling, oversized gems and artistic designs has become the accessorising choice of stylish men.
Remember those necklaces that our parents made us wear in the beginning of the ’00s? Thanks to TikTok and Gen Z, the Y2K trend surfaced, and brought back some of the lost fashion, beaded necklaces being one of them. DIY these accessories with assorted beads, pearls, and resin, that’s the best way to nail them. If you’re not fond of DIY, Instagram thrift stores are here for you. Check out The Cherry Bomb Club (@thecherrybombclub) that offers a range of customised Y2K accessories.
For inspiration on how to wear a necklace, look no further than Justin Bieber, who can seriously rock a chain. Every man should own one necklace with a slim metal chain that treads a careful length balance. Look for something that just peeps up above the top button of a collar shirt.
MYRHA BY RHEA BOTHRA
Handcrafted in Rajasthan, Myrha By Rhea Bothra is an ode to minimalism. If you are looking for minimalistic metallic chains and rings, the brand has various options to suffice your style needs. From snake chains to uneven pearl necklaces, they offer styles that can be worn by everyone.
With a unique signature style that is bold and contemporary, Dhora’s designs are a modern take on minimal jewellery. From indie necklaces to rings, the brand offers a range of accessories that fit every occasion.
THE CHERRY BOMB CLUB
The Cherry Bomb Club is a jewellery brand on Instagram that focuses on pearls and beaded necklaces, bracelets, and phone chains. Recalling the nostalgia with colourful beaded jewellery, their pieces are a must-have for today’s Y2K trend.
Created to meet the need for premium yet accessible fine jewellery, Melt is a fine jewellery label specialising in geometric, minimal pieces that elevate the everyday. It curates contemporary unisex jewels for minimal jewellery lovers, and is suitable for those who want to invest in timeless pieces.
Olio’s jewels are made up with graphic elements, geometric patterns, and other interesting details. Inspired by ancient India, the designs capture the essence of our country in its jewellery. From coin necklaces to big rings engraved with ancient scriptures, they offer something for everyone.
With a focus on men’s accessories, Kesya’s designs range from basic to something that goes with an individual’s personality. It focuses on reinvigorating an interest in traditional Rajasthani arts and crafts through a range of accessories. Each piece is handcrafted by highly-skilled local artisans of Rajasthan using sterling silver. For those craving a piece of history, their buttons add an instant touch of nobility.