Bracelets and Men's Style
The shape of the bracelet depends on what you like to wear. If you're wearing a suit and wearing regular clothes, a metallic finish and an upscale look are natural choices. On the other hand, if your wardrobe leans more towards wrapping trousers and tropical shirts, you might do better with leather, cord, and beaded bangles for a rough, natural look.
However, note that the bracelet does the same thing in both cases: it accentuates your overall look. Like many good accents, it serves as social "proof" that you can see yourself the way you want. It's not just you who wears the suit because you have to wear it, but you're the one who takes the time to make the case look good, and a bracelet can make things clear. Bracelets look a little frayed and broken like necklaces, which is a good practice. On the other hand, too much bright, shiny metal looks gorgeous. You want people to think you've owned the bracelet for years and have gone on a strange and exotic adventure with it. One final note, any bracelet here is correct - resize. Bulky metal bracelets that slide back and forth can get old quickly. Anything heavy should be mounted together. Lighter things like rope and beads can play a bit more of a role in it if needed.