By Hannah Connorton
April 15, 2014
New York--If there’s one thing we know about the Millennial bridal consumer, it’s the importance of personalization--having a unique piece of jewelry with a story behind it.
Enter alternative metals: cobalt, tungsten carbide, palladium and titanium, just to name a few. Each has its own set of characteristics, from durability to aesthetics, and gives consumers an option outside of gold, platinum or silver, at a range of price points.
This gallery showcases a variety of men’s bands in alternative metals, with and without gemstones, priced from $280 to $2,200 retail.
Click through to see the designs.