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The jewelry in this post is for girls, but Men with attitude can wear... or not?

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Black & White HUD - White Onyx, Hematite, Jet
Blue HUD - Aquamarine, Turquoise, Lapis Lazuli
Green HUD - Peridot, Jade, Malachite
Orange HUD - Flourite, Goldstone, Amber
Pink HUD - Rose Quartz, Morganite, Watermelon Tourmaline
Purple HUD - Sugalite, Tanzanite, Amethyst
Red HUD - Jasper, Garnet, Spinel
Yellow HUD - Topaz, Citrine, Tiger's Eye
Mega HUD - All of the above!

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Men’s attitudes to jewellery are on the move. After perhaps 200 years (at least in the West) of confinement to cufflinks, tiepins and timepieces, they are experimenting with the kind of adornment hitherto regarded as exclusively feminine. Theo Fennell, a London designer whose £3,000 skull rings are much loved by rock stars, has a new line of men’s rings called Heroes and Villains—sculpted silver knuckledusters bearing the disconcerting likeness of, among others, Gandhi, Lincoln, Lenin and Mao. A quarter of Tresor Paris’s range of £150-ish beaded friendship bracelets, studded with “Czech crystals”, are designed for men; in just a year, this new British company has found a home in roughly 1,000 outlets. The Goldsmiths’ Company, which has been responsible for hallmarking precious metals in London since the 14th century, reports an upsurge of interest in “men’s brooches”: the pictures in its current brochure show city lapels adorned with architectural chunks of gold and palladium by the likes of Vicki Ambery-Smith and Barbara Christie.

Men’s jewellery is not a new idea: historically, men all over the world have worn earrings, necklaces, bracelets, pendants, chains, amulets, rings and more. In “The Iliad”, the blacksmith god Hephaistos speaks of having made many intricate items, “pins that bend back, curved clasps, cups, necklaces”. (In the film “Troy”, Brad Pitt went into battle, and into bed, wearing a shop-full of blueish jewellery.) But just because somebody else has worn something—on television, in ancient history, or in a faraway land—doesn’t necessarily make it easier for us to follow suit. If you are not a trendsetter, you may not welcome the idea of wearing a necklace. But it takes even greater gumption to ignore fashion altogether. When every other man is wearing a powdered wig, or a bowler hat, you feel naked without one. Plainly, the time has not arrived yet when a man can expect to feel naked if he doesn’t own any jewellery—but is it time for men who have none to start experimenting?

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