If you look in the beading magazines and project books, anything targeted as being for men is simple and, well, boring. A strip of leather. A silver clasp. Done. I don’t think men are quite so simplistic.
So, as another self-imposed (I was about to say self-inflicted, but these were too much fun to make to get the “inflicted” designation) design challenge, I created something I though men might wear.
These are three-prong herringbone, made with Toho 8° triangles. Supple but not drapey. Cord-like. When Prince Charming saw them, they got a big thumbs up.
While not for everyone, they are for someone.