10 wedding bands to blow your dude's mind

February 11 | meganfinley
The TALON RING. $350 and totally wants to eat you for dinner.
The TALON RING. $350 and totally wants to eat you for dinner.

Women's wedding bands come in all shapes, sizes, colors and styles, and a lot of the time men's choices are boiled down to "gold" or "white gold."

So, I thought I'd do a roundup to encourage the guys to live it up a little. Here's some of my favorite men's wedding bands with some fucking personality…

Hey, just because my dude doesn't wear a wedding band, doesn't mean I can't swoon over men's jewelry porn for your dude!

Psst: These styles could look amazing for women's wedding bands, too.

I adore this wood grain, titanium wedding band. Perfect for the woodsy, outdoorsy type. Though here's another super cool option…

wood-wedding-bandOf course, for the nature-lover, there's also there's also this titanium ring with legit wood inlay.

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There's no reason that men can't also add a little color to their wedding bands. I love this Men's Tungsten Carbide Ring with red and black carbon fiber inlay. It's like the hot rod of wedding bands! If your partner is not a fan of colored bands, it also comes in black carbon fiber.

Along with color, who says men can't rock some sparkly bling? Not I! This 14k white gold and diamond men's wedding band is gorgeous. Diamonds can be a dudes best friend too.


Sometimes, we like our rings like we like our hearts: BLACK. This onyx ring feels sleek, modern, and downright evil/sexy.

With all of the celtic-inspired weddings we've featured, I'm sure this celtic dragon wedding band would appeal to more than a few of you. It's made of tungsten carbide, so it's scratch-resistant and it's cobalt-free to avoid allergies.

Ooh, the onyx and diamond wedding band is one of my favorites! This ring is perfect for your artsy grooms.

Here's another option for the artsy. It's called the chevron-pattern ring, but I think it looks more like filigree. Whatever it is, it's cool looking.


Sleek and simple, we are loving the alexandrite stone in this modern design.

It seems that the previously boring world of men's jewelry is getting wilder.

Yay for that!

Of course, if your partner is like mine and doesn't like wear jewelry, you can always reference this post for ring-alternatives.

  1. I was told tungsten carbide shatters! Has anyone heard about this?

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  2. Ok, ok… my wife made jump on here because she really loves the fingerprint men's wedding ring. But after looking around, I'm digging that black men's tungsten wedding. Had seen a few when I was searching around for her wedding ring… now I just have to convince her black is cool for weddings. Wish me luck!

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  3. So I had received a gift card from JVL jewelry after attending a bridal expo. I checked out the site and they had really nice tungsten and titanium rings. What attracted me to ordering from them is that they have an awesome ALL BLACK TUNGSTEN set for him and her. So cute and very much my style. The prices are decent especially since the gift card covered both rings.

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  4. My FH and I purchased the Tungsten Celtic Dragon rings in black on Amazon.

    We were super excited about them. I did some more research and discovered that Tungsten has Nickel, despite being labeled as hypoallergenic. For some, I am sure that that would be fine. I, unfortunately, have a severe nickel allergy!

    I dislike how the fact that Tungsten has nickel in it is not mentioned except buried in a Wikipedia article! At least that I have seen! I hope this helps anyone with a Nickel allergy!

    It's such a shame! We both loved the rings!

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  5. turtleloveco.com has some great ones. That's where my husband and I got our set, but it's no longer available.

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  6. My Fiance refused to wear a ring for the longest time. He absolutely hates wearing jewelry but I recently got him a ring from this company called ironanblood and he loved it! I think it's because it's such a masculine design that he likes it. The company's website is ironandblood.com I'd definitely recommend.

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  7. My research showed that often meteorite rings come with the disclaimer that if it rusts, if you aren't satisfied, etc, tough luck. Still, I ordered one from Arizona Skies. The ordering process was a nightmare, the owner was rude and unhelpful, and in the end I have a ring with which I am not satisfied but I have no recourse.

    On the other hand, I have ordered the gear ring in the past and their customer service is amazing. They will offer to exchange a ring, help you if something goes wrong with shipping or you need to make an exchange. You are ordering a ring for a lifetime! Make sure you are ordering from a company you trust who will respect your business.

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  8. I'm trying to stay away from cheaper rings cause – "You get what you pay for" and they probably use cheaper materials to make the ring, which can even cause skin reactions. I was going to get a Titanium ring with wood inlay, but then read somewhere that Tungsten rings are more durable and my fiance also got convinced to get this one: http://uniquetungstenrings.com/horatius-tungsten-wedding-band-with-black-walnut-wood-inlay-and-bevels-6-10/
    I'm thinking about getting one for myself too, cause they guarantee that its made of a real walnut wood, but I'll see :)

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  9. I got mine from amazon exactly like the ones in the picture at http://www.carbonfiberweddingbands.net . It's somewhat similar to the 2nd picture in this article. Also loving that full black ring you posted. Is it true that wood inlay cause skin irritation? my fiance loves those wood like designs

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