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Would you guys rock this? (David Yurman) - OGNorCal707 - 09-29-2011 12:28 AM

I know men's jewelry is kind of a precarious subject, as everyone has their own opinion.

What are your opinions of the following two men's rings?

http://www.davidyurman.com/shoponline/product.aspx?itemid=N0BP0&folderid=/men/rings


http://www.davidyurman.com/shoponline/product.aspx?itemid=N12R2&folderid=/men/rings


Let's not let the price be too much of a deciding factor, or let's assume you do fairly well and have some spending cash saved. That said, do you think the second one (which has almost twice as many carats), is worth the extra $600 in price?


RE: Would you guys rock this? (David Yurman) - Basil Ransom - 09-29-2011 12:44 AM

If you want to wear jewelry, wear an expensive looking watch or nice cuff links. And a sterling silver belt buckle or tie bar.

Everything else is too bling and screams douchey. But those are my tastes. Maybe douchey stuff can work in attracting girls.

Like with watches, you could buy a $20 ring and chicks can't tell the difference. And if it's class you want, this isn't it.


RE: Would you guys rock this? (David Yurman) - DGS - 09-29-2011 02:18 AM

Have to try them on in person to see. I am over rings (and chains, rocked a gold one for years) personally and consider watch to be the thing I wear when I want to "bling it up"


RE: Would you guys rock this? (David Yurman) - Pusscrook - 09-29-2011 02:29 PM

(09-29-2011 12:28 AM)OGNorCal707 Wrote:  I know men's jewelry is kind of a precarious subject, as everyone has their own opinion.

What are your opinions of the following two men's rings?

http://www.davidyurman.com/shoponline/product.aspx?itemid=N0BP0&folderid=/men/rings


http://www.davidyurman.com/shoponline/product.aspx?itemid=N12R2&folderid=/men/rings


Let's not let the price be too much of a deciding factor, or let's assume you do fairly well and have some spending cash saved. That said, do you think the second one (which has almost twice as many carats), is worth the extra $600 in price?

I like it. All of the milfs i know ,love David Yurman. One of the top sellers at Niemans. You may have inadvertently given me an idea for a Christmas present.


RE: Would you guys rock this? (David Yurman) - Parlay44 - 09-29-2011 02:42 PM

I'm not a fan of silver myself but I like the 2nd one better.


RE: Would you guys rock this? (David Yurman) - Chad Daring - 09-29-2011 03:48 PM

I like the style, but I'm not a ring wearer (not yet any way)


RE: Would you guys rock this? (David Yurman) - thegmanifesto - 09-29-2011 03:51 PM

(09-29-2011 02:29 PM)Pusscrook Wrote:  
(09-29-2011 12:28 AM)OGNorCal707 Wrote:  I know men's jewelry is kind of a precarious subject, as everyone has their own opinion.

What are your opinions of the following two men's rings?

http://www.davidyurman.com/shoponline/product.aspx?itemid=N0BP0&folderid=/men/rings


http://www.davidyurman.com/shoponline/product.aspx?itemid=N12R2&folderid=/men/rings


Let's not let the price be too much of a deciding factor, or let's assume you do fairly well and have some spending cash saved. That said, do you think the second one (which has almost twice as many carats), is worth the extra $600 in price?

I like it. All of the milfs i know ,love David Yurman. One of the top sellers at Niemans. You may have inadvertently given me an idea for a Christmas present.

Ha.

I remember seeing this exact same ring (more or less) at Neiman Marcus about 5 years ago.

Thought about it for a second, then passed like Jim McMahon.

I have no doubt that it could help you swoop some older girls and young exotics though.


RE: Would you guys rock this? (David Yurman) - OGNorCal707 - 09-29-2011 05:48 PM

I have this watch:


http://www.omegawatches.com/gents/seamaster/planet-ocean/22015000


I think one of these rings would compliment it nicely and look dope.


RE: Would you guys rock this? (David Yurman) - Pusscrook - 09-29-2011 06:27 PM

(09-29-2011 05:48 PM)OGNorCal707 Wrote:  I have this watch:


http://www.omegawatches.com/gents/seamaster/planet-ocean/22015000


I think one of these rings would compliment it nicely and look dope.


Are you after a younger or older demographic, or is it just personal taste?


RE: Would you guys rock this? (David Yurman) - OGNorCal707 - 09-29-2011 06:34 PM

(09-29-2011 06:27 PM)Pusscrook Wrote:  
(09-29-2011 05:48 PM)OGNorCal707 Wrote:  I have this watch:


http://www.omegawatches.com/gents/seamaster/planet-ocean/22015000


I think one of these rings would compliment it nicely and look dope.


Are you after a younger or older demographic, or is it just personal taste?



I'm 27, so I guess I'm a little bit young to be interested in jewelry, but I like to dress bold, with what I'd call a "unique, classy, GQ, urban" style. Guess it's my sort of way to peacock a bit, but not in a cheesy, douchey, feather boa, top hat, and goggles (a la Mystery) kind of way.

I'm also part Persian, so maybe that's why I'm drawn to liking bling.

Add to that, that I like gangster rap, mob flicks, and illicit business, those tend to be subcultures that indulge in the blinginess.

Maybe in 5 years I'll regret all the money I've spent on jewelry, but you only live once.

"Treat yourself, don't cheat yourself" - Mac Dre


RE: Would you guys rock this? (David Yurman) - EasyPlayboy - 10-03-2011 10:52 AM

I would definitely rock it. Ladies will love it.


RE: Would you guys rock this? (David Yurman) - Caligula - 10-03-2011 01:48 PM

Personally I like gold signet rings. If you're going for an understated high end look, it doesn't get better than that. Not blingy, but you can either have your initials engraved or some other motif you like.


RE: Would you guys rock this? (David Yurman) - Timoteo - 10-22-2011 07:36 PM

I'm not a huge jewelry guy, but what I do have is subtle. I like white metals, so I have lots of sterling silver. I'm more of a chain and pendant guy - usually a medium curb link, or a box link with different pendants (I have a couple of cartouches, an ankh, and various smaller pendants). I have some sterling bracelets, and those are thicker, heavier links. I have some rings, but they are simple bands with something etched on them (veritas, fortis, vita, and I have a pickie band with "reality" etched on it). I have another pickie band that has a light blue stone lightning bolt inlaid on it. I'm a big fan of cufflinks - even when dressing casual, it's cool to wear a french cuffed shirt and links. I also like money clips - I haven't carried cash in a wallet in ages. If you carry business cards, having a cool case that shines is a nice touch.

I've always been a watch fiend, but I only have one that is expensive. I always wanted a vintage Rolex, so I got an Air King a couple of years ago. I even have a pocket watch, which is a cool change every now and then.