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The Lord of Rings

Dear friends!

Over the past few years, the attitude to jewelry among men got some rethinking. Stylish jewelry accessories, along with status and hours of expensive perfume, became a sign of good taste. However, most men cannot part with the remnants of “dashing 90”, perceiving jewelry as a sign of credibility in certain circles. It’s time to dispel the doubts and decide finally which kind of jewelry makes man a true gentleman.

If you look at the issue from a historical perspective, the ring was the first jewelry worn by man. Moreover, for the opportunity to wear this jewelry men fought since Roman Empire age. And the thing is that the ring was considered a sign of power, an indicator of wealth and high social status of the owner. Psychologists have proved that a man with a wedding ring inspires more confidence and be taken seriously than one who isn’t married yet.

At some companies and government agencies it becomes almost a determining factor in hiring. Women pay attention to detail.  One wrong stroke can spoil the whole picture. Just remember unpolished shoes from the movie “Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears”.

Gold or silver signet can say more about you than you think, the main thing here – relevance. For example, the rings without inserts, decorated with engravings or diamond cut, involve not only business, but also a more democratic style of dress. Such products are usually reserved, but original. But models with stones perfect for special occasions and in combination with a suit will create the completed image of a successful and confident man.

Source: “Lord of rings” by wisdom_consultant in Dukascopy Forex Community – Dukascopy Community

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