Groom’s Wedding Guide: Choosing Perfect Men’s Wedding Bands

Shopping for a wedding band is a once-in-a-lifetime process where you get to find a ring you will want to wear for countless years to come. For men, choosing your wedding band can be a pretty daunting task, picking out the perfect men’s wedding bands will need some thought on your part.


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The first question when it comes to metal is color. Do you prefer yellow, white or rose or maybe you would like a combination of two? Once you have decided the color you have to choose which metal suits your lifestyle and budget.

Choosing a Style

When choosing a men’s wedding ring, you should choose the ring matching your style mostly. Here’s a breakdown of some different style:

Classic Court – Arguably the most common ring shape, a classic court is round inside and out.
D-Shape Ring – The outside is round and thin, while the inside is flat, offering a closer fit.
High Polish – The most common type, a high polish delivers straight metal with a smooth, glimmering finish.
Flat Ring – Comfortable to wear, but prone to getting stuck on clothing or machinery, the flat ring is true to its name, meaning its flat inside and out.
Flat Court – Bridging two worlds, the flat court offers a flat exterior and round interior

Budget You Willing to Pay

How much you’re able and willing to pay will determine your choice of wedding band. The price varies greatly.
If you’re not weighed down by the limitations of a small budget, a great choice would be platinum. Otherwise, where the sizable cost of highly rare metals seems too imposing, it is perfectly fine to opt for the more economic choices. Also, men’s wedding rings with lower-carat gold are crafted using a larger portion of metal alloys, which makes them inexpensive.

Professional Sizing

diamond wedding band for men

Professional sizing is a must, and even if the groom thinks he knows his ring size it is always a good idea to have it confirmed. Most jewelers will size rings for free, so there is no reason to skip this step. For brides who want the groom’s ring to be a surprise on the big day, secretly borrow (steal) one of your fiance’s rings and take it to your jeweler so they can match the size.

Engrave or Not

It all depends on the individual. Some people consider it a nice option to express their sentiments and to make them a permanent part of their wedding band.

To get the best result, it is imperative that you work with a professional jeweler, one who not only has many years of experience but also a strong reputation. A good place to start looking for top jewelers is Lajerrio Jeweler. With the right jewelers, you will have a wide variety to choose from as well as custom design arrangements

Cool Watches for Spanish Sports Lovers to Wear

When more than fifty percent of Spaniards practice a sport, we must think of giving them watches that can accompany them during this healthy habit. Choosing a watch for sports lovers is an easy task, since practically all brands have some sports model, although in many cases they are whole collections dedicated to this type of watches that usually become authentic best sellers. Here’re three cool watch styles Spanish athletes often wore.

Rolex Oyster Cosmograph Daytona

Rolex Oyster Cosmograph Daytona

The iconic Oyster Cosmograph Daytona, created in 1963, was designed to meet the demands of professional timekeeping in endurance racing. It is equipped with a graduated tachymeter bezel (a scale that allows you to read the average speed over a given distance based on timed time) that measures the speed of up to 400 units per hour, in kilometers, miles or any other unit of measurement.

TAG Heuer Autavia

TAG Heuer Autavia

In 1962, Jack Heuer, the fourth generation at the head of the company, created his first sports wrist chronograph. In catalog until the year 1986, his numerous executions were a great success and appear until today among the most wanted collection chronographs.

The current style comes in a 42 mm steel case, bidirectional rotating bezel in black aluminum with notches, hour scale and silver dial with sun effect. Hermetic up to 100 meters, your bracelet consists of seven rows of polished steel. Inside, the caliber Heuer 02.

Breitling Chronoliner B04

Breitling Chronoliner B04

Inspired by a model from the 1950s and 1960s, the Chronoliner is the onboard commander’s watch. Its hallmark: a wide scratch-resistant high tech ceramic bezel with a star-shaped profile. The needle with red end allows the reading of a second-time-zone in 24 hours format, while the rotating bezel indicates a third-time zone. Ideal for launching around the world on a transatlantic plane, its features are clearly indicated in a sphere worthy of the best flight instruments. In addition, the new boutique edition of the Chronoliner model features the incredibly easy-to-use COSC-certified B04 manufacturing caliber.

To emphasize the exclusivity of this model as original as effective, bezel and dial are blue. The matching bracelet is made of rubber and has the same relief as the famous braided steel bracelets of the 1950-1960s.