A tie clip will keep your tie from flying over your shoulder on a windy street while evoking an on-the-go lifestyle that requires such assistance. A simple stripe of gold, silver, or some other metal is acceptably classy; anything more appears gaudy. Tie clips look best worn at an angle to counteract the rigidity they connote for some. A tie chain works much the same as a tie clip, but instead of a fixed bar holding your tie in place you have a drooping chain of silver or gold. Lastly there is the tie tack; it looks something like a stud earring with an inch of fine chain extending from the back. One sticks it through the center of the tie and then attaches the chain to a button hole. Since it requires poking a hole in the tie and thus damaging it, we do not recommend its usage.
Unlike other pieces of jewelry, a man does not have a rotation of
wedding rings to be coordinated with the day's other jewelry. A man
should be advised that a plain band, of gold, silver, or platinum, is
the most stylish choice available. If you are already married and have
something more ostentatious on your finger, do not fret, few people
notice it and no one will think less of you for it. Besides a wedding
ring, other rings of symbolic value may have a place on the well
dressed hand. A class or fraternal ring is seen on many stylish men's
hands. Rings worn entirely for their own sake are somewhat dubious
however, since most contemporary societies frown upon such blatant
displays of wealth. If you are in a position where looking rich works
to your advantage, though, a ring embedded with precious stones can
accomplish this within the boundaries of professional attire.