The Best Men’s Bracelets To Jazz Up Your Wrist

By Zak Maoui and Faye Fearon
10 January 2020
Style, Trend, Fashion, Accessories, Bracelet, Hermes, Dior, Prada, Versace, Givenchy, Jewellery, Celine
If Shawn Mendes is doing it, you probably ought to

Last year we saw a rise in the amount of men wearing jewellery, whether it was Harry Styles and his single pearl earring (and Gucci ring-adorned fingers) at the Met Gala or Shawn Mendes showing men everywhere that it's high time they invested in a necklace and matching bracelet. With that in mind, we're here to guide you on what you should be buying and where you should be buying it. Case in point: we've scoured the internet to bring you a selection of the best bracelets out there right now, from Daniel Lee-designed creations at Bottega Veneta to attention-grabbing Versace pieces…


This full-grain leather wraparound bracelet features the Dior logo in brass, as imagined by Kim Jones for Spring/Summer 2020. $539 at


This woven leather bracelet features Prada's triangle motif, which is as much a trademark for the brand as its patterned short-sleeved shirts and boxy leather bags. $223 at


If there's one thing Donatella Versace is known for, it's gaudy and attention-grabbing designs. This gold-plated brass bracelet is an icon of the house, featuring a Medusa head stud and the brand's name for all to see. $460 at

Alice Made This

Cut in Alice Made This’ Aerospace factory before being hand-formed and polished, this copper bracelet is crafted from 100 percent sustainable material, meaning it is completely recyclable. $184 at

Alexander McQueen

If you're after a chunky bracelet that will stand the test of time, then this Alexander McQueen wrist piece is for you. The Identity chain has been crafted from brass and given an antique silver finish. $644 at


Designed by Clare Waight Keller for Givenchy, this chain bracelet has timeless appeal, as you'd expect from Meghan Markle's favourite designer. $447 at


This sterling-silver bracelet is engraved with the Celine Paris signature and will look good with anything, especially the Parisian brand's leopard-print shearling coat. $618 at

Bottega Veneta

Since taking the top job at Bottega Veneta, Daniel Lee has completely transformed the Italian brand. A signature move was the overhaul of its jewellery collection, which now consists of 18-carat-gold-plated sterling silver cuffs with a unique knot detail. $913 at

Shamballa Jewels

With 18-carat gold and brown sapphire, this adjustable beaded bracelet will complement any outfit due to its design and versatility. $10,955 at


A signature for Hermès, this enamel and gold-plated bracelet is a timeless piece of wristwear. $657 at


When it comes to choosing men's jewellery, we don't tend to look much further than Tateossian. Despite having 139 diamonds encrusted in it, this bracelet isn't OTT and is going straight into our basket. $3613 at

Via British GQ