Trends in Men’s Jewellery

Once upon a time, a man’s jewellery box was a pretty lonely place. The odd ring might’ve resided in there, maybe a crucifix or a St Christopher on a chain, the acceptable necklaces for men, and there would usually be a watch of some variety, but that would basically be it. Jewellery was the preserve of women (and magpies) and real men avoided it. Let’s face it, some men didn’t even bother to wear a wedding ring,

But times really do change, and these days you only have to pick up a celebrity magazine to realise that men’s jewellery is not only on trend and totally desirable, but is big business too. There are luxury jewellery brands that are totally dedicated to men’s style, brands like Tateossian London who take materials like leather, titanium and silver and create pieces that are both elegant and masculine at the same time. Celebrities like Pharell Williams, Johnny Depp and Chris Hemsworth all enjoy wearing jewellery as part of a edgy style look, from chains and cruxifixes around the neck, to rope style bracelets and leather bracelets that can be stacked or worn individually.

celeber.ru

Another clear trend in men’s jewellery is Hip Hop Jewelry. In the 1980’s this trend emerged with the likes of Run DMC, Public Enemy, and the Beastie Boys making thick chains, ostentatious gold and silver designs, and large sovereign style rings de rigour for wear with quite casual styling looks of trainers, plaid, baggy shirts and ripped jeans. These styles have continued to find favour with the hip hop community and have also moved into mainstream fashion too with iced Out pendents are the best jewellery that works well with street wear looks.

Tateossian London Classic Cobra Bracelet £195

But the rise of the men’s jewellery trend is not just limited to the edgy, more outre styles. The king of men’s jewellery, in my opinion, is David Beckham, who has sported bracelets, stud earrings and crucifix style necklaces and chains. But Beckham is also renowned for his sharp sartorial styles that include the ultimate in men’s tailoring and grooming. He wears a suit like a dream, complete with a tie, and Beckham’s ties are always decorated with a tie pin, a rather formal, traditional accessory that he makes so on trend.

Diamond Dust Tie Clip

Even pins and brooches are no longer the confines of ladies. David Beckham is featured above wearing a pin, whilst when he was at Arsenal, Olivier Giroud decorated his smart attire with an Arsenal pin worn on a lapel.

What are your thoughts on men’s jewellery – a yay or a nay?

Why Repairing Your iphone Is Better Than Buying A New One

Well, what did we do before iPhones? I think this is a perfectly legitimate question. Because whether we are using them for work purposes, or in our home lives, it seems these days we are never without our iPhones. Once upon a time our mobile phones had a simple use, we used them to contact people when we were out and about, sometimes with a call, sometimes with a text message. They were useful to help us keep in touch, to keep in the car with us in case of breakdowns, or to play a simple game on if we were bored. But that was then.

Today our whole lives seem to revolve around our smartphones, they simply have so many uses beyond just calling someone. For me, as both a blogger and a mother, the iPhone is indispensable. If I’m honest, my whole life is on there, from my emails, to Instagram and Twitter, I shop on their through the downloaded H&M and Coast Apps, and, due to the pandemic, have downloaded pub and restaurant apps so I can order food and drinks without having to go to the bar. My banking app allows me to pay bills and control my money, Joe’s school make all their contact online through apps like SIMS. But all this in one place makes it important that your phone is always working, and also makes it something you don’t want to replace.

 

The great thing is now that if you damage your Apple iphone, you can now get them repaired to a high standard both quickly and easily.  ImFixed are the best apple iPhone repair service provider in UK, with 10 years experience in fixing phone devices. They can actually carry out most repairs same day, and offer a 10 year, piece of mind warranty for their work.

They can work on your phone wherever you live as they have walk in, call out and send in options for your phone.

One of the things people worry about is that the repairs can be expensive, but the reality is that your whole life is on your phone, and with your phone broken it can be hard to get everything back to put onto a new phone. This is why, for many people, Why repairing your iphone is better than buying a new one, and ImFixed offers you the opportunity to pay by Klarna, which means you can pay in three installments, rather than one.

 

 

 

Finding A New Job – A Few Hints And Tips

Covid 19 has left many people searching for a new job, and whilst this can be a scary, uncertain time, there are things you can do that can improve your chances in the employment market. You may find that the loss of one job can lead to you doing something that you have always wanted to do, retraining for a new career, taking the chance to do something different. One door may be closing, but another could just be opening up.

If you are looking for employment, here are a few hints and tips that could make the search a little easier.

Use the Internet

There are many things you can do in the search for a new role. You need to be looking everywhere, not just the Job centre or the local newspapers. Many jobs are now advertised online on sites like CVVID, so you need to make sure you register on sites like this as this gives you a much wider search remit. CVVID is great in that you can upload a video CV where you can really show your potential to employers by letting your enthusiasm and personality shine through, and this could be the way forward in your job search.

Update that CV

A video CV does not mean that you should completely discard the original paper copy. Make sure your CV is up to date, and then send it out to potential employees, both electronically through email, and as a paper copy for more traditional firms. Don’t just apply for actual jobs, but send that CV, along with a covering letter, to firms you are interested in working with, ask companies to keep it on file in case an opportunity does arise – you have to put yourself out there in order to achieve.

Be More Flexible

Don’t just apply for roles that you think you have experience of, look at jobs that actually interest you. Many jobs offer some form of training and your enthusiasm and positivity could be your unique selling point, enabling you to try something new, maybe something that has always been a dream job. At the end of the day, the worst that could happen is that the company says no so it has to be worth a try, particularly if you feel like you are stuck in a rut workwise.

Look the Part

So you’ve applied for that dream job, updated the CV and bingo! you’ve got an interview. You know that you would be perfect for this position, but now you have to shine at the interview. You know that you can dazzle them with your knowledge and answers, but the reality is that your first impression starts the minute you enter the room, before you’ve even opened your mouth. The way you look and present yourself is truly your first impression, and so it pays to look the part.