Primitive man adorned himself w/ unabashedly manly accessories: the bones of his prey, the scalps of his enemies, and the rings of his moods, which as you might guess, were dark. Bringing it back, Spragwerks.
Started by a former mechanic who turned his technical knowledge of old industrial design into certifiably intimidating man-gear, Spragwerks' latest drop features a line of accessories (cufflinks, money clips, etc) highlighted by a series of cast-and-polished zinc belt buckles molded from the glass taillights of pre-1960 autos, the very indicators that flashed intermittently during your parents' conception. Fresh styles of said buckles include the horizontally ridged and grooved "Pleated", the old-timey gumshoe-footprintish "suspect", the concentric circled, round-edged "FL", and "RIP", named for the classic tombstone-style taillight that's so fetching, it overcomes the fact that this is not exactly the message you want to send with your belt buckle. Other tough-looking gear comprises money clips sporting pistons and gears, a series of angular railroad-tie-inspired pewter corkscrews and bottle openers, and menacing cufflinks featuring brass knuckles, human teeth, and butcher knives, tastefully appropriate for browbeating your way up the Groomsmen ladder.
For those interested in more refined badassery, they've got a series of stick pins and chains (options include Medieval-type crown and a big-eyed skull) inspired by Daniel Day-Lewis' watch in There Will Be Blood, which would've been obvious from a single glance at his ring.