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Photo: The Sly Fox

Matte Finish

When a simple gold or silver band just won't do, here are 10 options for unique men's wedding bands. This silver band features a matte, brushed finish and slightly rounded edges. It's definitely for a groom that wants a modern interpretation of a classic look.

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Rustic Design

Do the two of you love spending time outdoors, especially hiking through local forests? Then he will love this rustic band with a subtle tree bark pattern.

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Brushed Gold

Have the two of you decided on gold bands? This 14k gold band is elegant and sophisticated. Don't worry about matching each other's bands exactly. So, if you would prefer a more traditional finish, your rings will still coordinate.

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Photo: Rosler

Concrete Promise

A lot of men prefer alternative materials for their wedding band. This concrete example is certainly unorthodox, but we also love the significance of a promise carved in stone.

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Personalize It

Every wedding band can be unique with a personalized message engraved on the inside. Especially on this wider band, you have room for a few sweet words for him to wear forever.

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Strong as Oak

Got a ruggedly handsome groom? Perhaps he'll appreciate this wooden wedding band made from koa, a tree found in Hawaii. The wood has a slightly shimmery appearance and auburn color.

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Photo: Spexton

Modern Style

This black zirconium wedding band also has a rose gold inlay that will coordinate beautifully with your own rose gold wedding ring.

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Leaf Pattern

Men's wedding bands are most interesting when they have cool patterns and textures. This stunning silver ring is embossed with a leaf pattern.

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Oxidized Bronze

Completely unique, this black ring is actually bronze that has been oxidized and stamped with the phrase "Carpe Diem." We can't think of a more perfect sentiment for a wedding day.

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The Right Fit

For a lot of grooms, this will be the first ring they wear consistently. Although the look and style of a ring is really important, so is the right fit. Have him try on several widths to see which one is most comfortable for him.