Studs for Studs
A stud earring is a classic piece of men's jewelry; though not for everyone, the number of men wearing earrings is growing and is now an acceptable accessory in most workplaces. Given that the majority of men still wear their hair short, simple stud earrings are often just the right amount of sophisticated without standing out too much. Gemstone studs can come in any color at a variety of price points: for example, deep burgundy garnets, ocean blue sapphires, or traditional sparkling white diamonds. Yellow or white gold are traditional metal colors and will pair well with any outfit. Choose your size, color, and shape to frame your face and achieve the look you desire.
A Sense of Identity
I.D. tags, otherwise known as dogtags, have roots in the military as a source of identification for soldiers in the field. Now it's commonplace to see I.D. tag jewelry outside of the armed forces on both bracelets and necklaces. Dogtag jewelry is both versatile and affordable; it can be customized with something as short as your initials or inscribed with a longer quote or motto. Since dogtags are typically only metal, they are much less expensive than gemstone jewelry and can be purchased in gold, titanium, platinum, and other precious metals. Once purely a functional adornment, dogtag jewelry is now a great way to add some trendy style to your outfit.
Men's jewelry is so much more than metal chains and watch faces with gizmos and gadgets. When you wear a nice watch for extraordinary events, be it a proposal, an important meeting, a luxurious event, or simply a night out with your loved one, your watch is a focal point for your whole outfit. Show off what makes you, you with a piece of fine jewelry that captures the essence of the person inside the suit. Your bracelets and rings are more than a simple accessory; they are pieces of wearable artwork, and you are the museum curator. Curate your personal collection starting with premium pieces from Morrison Smith Jewelers.
For Today or a Big Day
The groom's wedding jewelry is equally important as the bride's — with most men wearing a traditional suit and tie, every accessory is worth more to make the day unique and extra special. Whether you opt for a pair of jeweled monogrammed cufflinks or a simple, modern tie bar, these little details will add an intangible elegance to your wedding day wardrobe. Consult your partner to decide if you want to match their accessories or the wedding theme. When picking out your jewelry, don't forget to choose something that complements your wedding band style and metal!