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How To Wear Jewelry With Your Urban Streetwear Style

December 31, 2013

Male jewelry is supposed to be a huge hit for the urban streetwear style trends for the new year. Of course, strapping on some expensive jewelry may not seem to fit your lifestyle, but that's why we are here. There are many ways that you can rock the latest mens fashion of jewelry without having to jeopardize your agenda, lifestyle or sense of fashion. Here's how you can rock wicked men's jewelry pieces throughout the new year.


Dressing Jewelry Down

Any jewelry, whether it is a blinged out chain or a rubber wrist watch can always be dressed down. Let's get serious here. You're a dude and you probably don't want to spend more than 5 minutes figuring out what you're going to wear and how to mix and match your accessories with the rest of your attire. Keep it simple by dressing your jewelry with casual tees. Something like the Adrian Tee can look fabulous with any kind of jewelry that you choose to indulge in this season. Who would have ever thought that a summer tee can be worn with all kinds of jewelry? You better believe it.


Dressing Jewelry Up

Maybe you have a hot date coming up with a smoke show and want to dress up a bit more formal than what you usually do. There is no need to break the bank with some flashy jewelry because a long sleeve plaid shirt like the Colt Shirt will immediately enhance the look of whatever kind of jewelry you are rocking. Mind you, if you just purchased a killer new watch, you might want to opt for a short sleeve like the Carson shirt. Brownie points go a long way on first dates. Even if you have a dinner with the family and are desperately trying to convince your parents that you're taking life-after-college seriously, dress your everyday urban streetwear style up with jewelry. They'll have no idea.


Dressing Jewelry for Every Day

Well, this is an easy task to do. You just have to pull out your latest mens fashion and rock it. If you aren't trying to make your jewelry appear more casual and you don't need to look clean to impress a girl or your parents, then you can rock it whatever way you want. Your outerwear can change the game when it comes to man jewelry. The Finn Jacket is a good example of how you can wear jewelry fit for your personality and lifestyle. The appearance is super casual but the material of the jacket is leather and on point. The jewelry will simply emphasize your everyday style.


There are a couple of things that you can't do when rocking the jewelry of urban streetwear style. You don't want your new getup to get caught when you're out on the board, and you definitely don't want it to change your appearance. There is a big difference between douchebag jewelry and urban streetwear style jewelry. They may be the same thing, but the way you dress your jewelry is what makes the difference. Steer clear of the Jersey Shore appearance. That's all we have to say. These tips will help you do just that.

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