I only own one ring, my wedding band, and I wear it all the time. I assume that is the case with most men - small collection, constantly worn - with maybe the exception of cufflinks and watches if they can be considered jewelery.
I either wear silver or gold but not all of it as have too much.
Like to wear silver when I am in 'blue'...just feel it compliments the colour well.
I wear either when in black.
Wear my costume jewellery less and less theses days, seem to stick to my 'good' jewellery.
No, only because I am lucky enough to have quite a lot of lovely pieces but every time I go out I do wear a watch, one bracelet, ear rings, necklace, wedding ring, engagement ring and eternity ring plus one other ring on my right hand. Some ladies wear a ring on every finger and too many bracelets. I do not care for that look.
Sadly I can wear no jewellery any more. I cannot get a single one of my very beautiful rings on anymore due to misshapen fingers from a rare arthritic disease/When I weRar a watch or bracelet I 'swell to fit' whatever it is!!! and being at home a great deal of the time now,I do not bother with any other items either any more! A great pity as I have have collected many very rare and beautiful items over the years.
No. Having small children I've gotten used to not wearing anything that can be easily broken by little ones pulling on it, so I don't wear chains, only pendants on silk or waxed cotton cords, and I don't have pierced ears any more. I also rarely wear rings or bracelets during the day when I'm doing housework and looking after the kids because they get in the way (the jewellery, not the kids). I still have a few other things that I wear on special occasions or if I'm out without the kids (which is in itself a special occasion).
I used to wear my earrings every day I left the house, but for the past year or so, I haven't worn them. I do wear 4 gold rings every day though, that have been on my fingers for the last 19 years, because i can't get them off. (I hope my daughters have them removed when I die) When i do go out, I wear my very wide wedding ring, & sometimes another 1 or 2 gold rings. I also wear a stash of wide & narrow plastic bracelets to match my many dresses I keep the bracelets in matching colours. I also have a gold charm bracelet I started on my 21st birthday. I don't wear it very often now, as it's a bit heavy on my arm, & the charms get caught in my cloths, I hardly wear my necklaces now either. My mother used to keep telling me: "Plain is Best" I never took that advice from her! Pity!
If I wore all my jewellery, at once I would look like a christmas tree, an overdecorated one at that. I have lots of junk jewellery, then I have the jewellery that my grandparents gave to me from my mum's side, that is of sentimental value.