Of course you can! A ring, a bracelet, a necklace... why not mix and match? It all depends on your style. A man who loves jewelry and has a confident style will find it easier to stack bracelets on his wrist or to wear several rings on each hand. Just be careful not to overdo it, or you will not be able to distinguish any of your beautiful accessories, as they would be so numerous.
GOLD OR SILVER?
According to the popular belief, gold would go more to the hauled skins and silver to the pale skins. Yes and no. Here again, be careful not to restrict yourself, it is important that the jewelry pleases you. If it is true that gold has a more "bling bling" connotation, it all depends on how you wear it. Believe me, if your accessory is in bad taste, your entourage will surely let you know.
HOW TO RECOGNIZE A REAL GOLD OR SILVER JEWEL?
In jewelry and jewelry, many counterfeiters offer pieces supposedly made of "gold" or "silver". How many have been disappointed to see their superb "solid silver" ring start to rust in just a few weeks?
If it remains difficult for a layman to distinguish the true from the false, here are some tips that could be useful to avoid this kind of disappointment.
But what is meant by sterling silver? It is in fact a material made of at least 80% pure silver. Another metal, usually copper, is often added to it to guarantee the solidity of the piece, because silver alone would be too soft and could quickly be damaged.
The best known types of silver are 800 (depending on the proportion of silver contained, here 80%), 950 (95%) and, most commonly, 925 (92.5%) or sterling silver. Silver pieces most often have a hallmark attesting to their authenticity (hidden in an invisible corner of the jewel such as the inside of a ring or the clasp of a bracelet or necklace).