20 Best Men’s Rings
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It’s time for men to reclaim the ring as an instrumental fashion accessory rather than a celebration of varsity football achievements.
Today, I’m going to be teaching you about the best men’s rings. Each one of them carries the respect and dignity befitting a true gentleman.
What Makes A Good Men’s Ring?
The best men’s ring should be made out of non-toxic and hypoallergenic material.
Of course, everyone has different allergies, but the ring you choose should be made out of a material that won’t irritate your skin.
Also, a good ring should reveal something about yourself. It should work alongside your personality to broadcast what the rest of your clothes can’t.
That might mean you need to purchase a ring with a gemstone to showcase that you’re a man with expensive taste, or even a simple wedding band (for obvious reasons).
Basically, every good ring should communicate what you’re all about.
Finding The Best Men’s Rings
Figuring out how to find the best men’s rings for your fingers is a process made simple by looking at yourself in the mirror. Consider your skin tone, your wardrobe, and your budget. Those are the three factors that’ll guide your decision.
The ring that’ll best suit you should match your skin tone. Lighter skin tones and paler fleshed people usually look good with silver rings while people with darker skin or who have a more prominent tan should choose gold or brass gold rings.
On the subject of matching, your ring will look much better if it matches the rest of your outfit. I’ll give you some more styling tips later on, but noticing how you dress will change which rings will interact best with your clothes.
The 20 Best Men’s Rings
By now you should have a good idea about how to find the best men’s rings and what makes certain rings worthwhile.
That being the case, it’s time for you to check out the rings I love the most and see which ones capture your attention.
#1: Steel by Design Men's Polished Eagle Ring
#2: Steel by Design Men's Tiger Eye & Cubic Zirconi a Ring
#3: Novica Artisan Crafted Men's Sterling Om Signe t Ring
#4: Or Paz Sterling Silver Men's Hammered Band Ring
#5: Steel By Design Men's 5mm Brushed Ring
#6: Steel by Design Men's Pave Cross Ring
#7: Steel by Design Men's 8mm w/ Sterling Inlay Pol ished Ring
#8: Steel By Design Men's 8mm Beveled Edge Brushed Polished Ring
#9: Steel By Design Men's 8mm Polished Ring
#10: 14K White Gold Men's Claddagh Ring
#11: Steel By Design Men's 6mm Ridged Edge Satin Pol ished Ring
#12: JAI Sterling Silver Men's Hammered Box Chain Ring
#13: Steel by Design Men's 6.00 cttw Black Cubic Zir conia Ring
#14: Steel by Design Men's Steel Crystal Ring
#15: Steel By Design Men's Diamond Accent Cross Ring
#16: Barse Artisan Crafted Shungite Matrix State men t Ring
#17: Or Paz Men's Sterling Silver Chain Link Ring
#18: Or Paz Sterling Silver Men's Slightly Hammered Band Ring
#19: JAI Sterling Silver Men's Hammered & Box Chain Ring
#20: Steel by Design Men's Black IP Tiger Eye Ring
What Are The Most Popular Men’s Rings?
Most men select tame silver or gold rings, though ornate designs are becoming more popular.
Manly Bands The Novelist ring is an example of a simple, understated ring. However, if you’d prefer something bolder, chainlink rings and edgier rings by the likes of Alexander McQueen can be found on more men’s fingers than before.
What Style Of Men’s Rings Can You Get?
You can get men’s rings in a variety of styles—however, they aren’t all clearly defined.
Normally, rings are clumped together in categories based on their material and their shape rather than their style. So, you should search for rings based on these variables:
- Shape (e.g. thin, bulky, rigid)
- Material (e.g. gold, silver)
How To Style Men’s Rings
There are two main schools of thought when it comes to styling the best men’s rings. Some people believe that rings should be minimal and discrete.
They have a good point as a single silver ring can push your outfit to the next level without making it look like you’re trying too hard.
Plus, they’re effortless and easy to integrate into most outfits. However, keep this tip in mind: you’ll want to choose a ring that’s either gold or silver since those colors go with nearly every tone or shade.
The other philosophy regarding rings is that the more you have, the better. There are some influencers whose hands look like they’re made out of sterling silver based on the number of rings they wear.
If I’m being honest, I much prefer this style because it’s a unique way to add some personality to your outfits.
If you choose to follow this route, my only recommendation is to pick rings that are a similar color. They’ll look better when grouped together if they have the same color scheme.
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