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French Cuffs

French cuff shirts go with suits. If you are not wearing a suit, don’t wear French cuffs. Also, cufflinks, especially the flashy, tacky, express-your-individualism sets, make it easy for a wearer to slip unwittingly into unsophisticated nouveau riche territory.

WILTONS RESTAURANT


Since Wiltons was established in 1742, it has consistently enjoyed a reputation as the epitome of fine British dining in London. The atmosphere is perfectly matched with the immaculately prepared wild fish, shellfish, and game in season and meat dishes sourced from the finest farms. 130 more words

NEW & LINGWOOD

Custom Logo Cufflinks

This is a set of custom cufflinks I made for someone based on their company logo, in sterling silver. If you want something similar designed (no charge for work unless you buy) then get in touch.

Jewelry

The Making of Cufflinks

An awesome video by Monsieur Fox showing how cufflinks are made nowadays with modern technology. Though the need of cufflinks have becomes rarer as the days pass on in the menswear industry through the pursuant of simplicity,  it is still very interesting to see the process of how a delicate accessory comes to be the beautiful piece radiating off some gentleman’s cuffs.  40 more words

Menswear

Guide to Wearing Cufflinks: A Gentleman’s Best Accessory

Cufflinks are usually worn to hold your dress shirt’s cuffs together. Before the advent of the safety pin, button and zipper, cufflinks are a classic men’s accessory that is a wardrobe essential to achieve that sartorial elegance. 313 more words

Fashion

Greek cufflinks

Monogrammed cufflinks for unique occasions!!!
Handmade Silver 925, using the old wax method with the Greek letter Θ.

Jouel Charms

Fashion