A wedding band is by far the most important piece of jewelry you’ll ever own. It’s such a personal piece and one you’ll wear for the rest of your life. It’s a symbol of your love and commitment and a nod to your personality. It has to fit your lifestyle and be comfortable since you’ll wear it every day. For all those reasons, naturally, you want to really love whatever you choose.
Carbon fiber wedding bands are not only beautiful, they’re also practical. Perfect for men looking for something beyond the traditional gold band, this space age material is strong, lightweight, cool and resilient. Rings made of carbon fiber are also more comfortable than other materials.
Tungsten wedding bands look similar to white gold or titanium. They’re strong and durable and the most scratch resistant in the world. Tungsten has a permanent polish, which keeps rings looking shiny and new. One possible downside is their weight, as tungsten rings are very heavy and cannot be resized.
Cobalt chrome is a relatively new alternative metal. It is one of the lighter metals, yet very strong, which makes it highly resistant to scratches and wear. Cobalt is very malleable and can be worked into a variety of unique styles.
Two tone bands
Two tone bands are a sophisticated option that adds dimension to a modern wedding ring. Depending on the metals you choose, the band can make a bold statement or just be a cool alternative to the classic gold band. Mixing metals can also be the perfect compromise if you admire two different metals, but can’t pick just one.
Textured details make a ring stand out. They’re also a natural disguise for the wear and tear that happens when a ring is worn everyday—making this style perfect for guys who are tougher on their rings.
A departure from the smooth and sleek feeling of polished silver or gold, texture-heavy bands are a fun way to incorporate traditional, natural materials.
These stand-out surface details give your wedding band a one-of-a-kind feeling to match its sentimental weight.
Gold is still, by far, the most popular metal used for men’s wedding bands. It holds its value, it’s soft and malleable, and it’s lightweight, making it comfortable to wear.
For many men, 18-karat gold bands are preferred since it is the purest form of gold that is practical to use in an engagement ring. Pure gold is extremely soft and not suitable for daily wear. The most popular colors for a wedding band are yellow gold, followed by white gold and rose gold.Rose gold is actually the most durable type of goldsince it contains copper, a sturdy and strong metal.
Gold rings can be inlayed with other metals or stones to create custom designs or patterns. This classic style is also a great choice for those who love rich tones.
Men’s diamond wedding bands add a touch of sparkle and sophistication. The most popular styles are subtle with less than a carat of diamonds set flush with the surface of the ring.
They are also right at home with diamond-studded watches and your wife’s diamond wedding ring.
Black has always been a fashion go-to for men—think tuxedos, black tie, black belts, etc.—and black diamonds are no exception. They add an elegant accent while keeping the look sleek and refined. Set them against light-colored metals like white gold, platinum or titanium for a beautiful contrast.
Shop these beautiful men’s wedding bands in person at NorthPark Center in Dallas or online at Eiseman Jewels.
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