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I believe that most accessories are really just that, accessories. They provide a sense of style and that little extra something. I would agree with some people assuming you're married by wearing it on the left hand (not an issue unless you're flirting with someone). I think it looks clean and conservative as it's SS, no fancy patterns, gemstones or decoder capabilities. Not a ring person myself, but would agree that it looks good on a guy.
If you wear it on your right hand, you might get some engineering questions ...
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Unless you want to test the (false) theory that the wedding band is a chick magnet, don't wear it in your left hand.
I personally am not a fan of most men's jewelry, but that's just me.
Also, aren't you the guy who is worried how your clothes and briefcase strap would look in your hyper-conservative workplace? If so, you might want to look around and see if you think it would be appropriate to wear at work before you do.
I'm not sure about France, but in many European countries the wedding band is worn on the right hand (like Spain, Portugal, and most Eastern European countries). Perhaps the left hand is the best place to keep it.
I don't think it's a problem...go for it.
Nothing wrong with a simple silver band.
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