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Cufflinks on a jacket?

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I'm sure this will meet with howls of derision. It's from Roberto Cavalli's s/s 2006 collection, and it looks like a jacket being worn with cufflinks... Comments?
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I've never been into Cavalli stuff. Way too outlandish for my tastes. This outfit is surprisingly neutral for a cavalli collection Yes, it does look like a jacket with linked cuff, doesn't surprise me that much. .luc
post #3 of 7
I know links were at least at one time common on military jackets. I'm sure manton could enlighten.
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But notice the guy on the left with the open collar. Cufflinks on his shirt. He obviously doesn't dress like the young guys around here - his shirt is tucked in.
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At the very least it doesn't look terrible.
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But notice the guy on the left with the open collar. Cufflinks on his shirt. He obviously doesn't dress like the young guys around here - his shirt is tucked in.
LOL, i know what your saying.
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Roger Moore's Bond wore this style of jacket cuff once or twice.... You'll also notice it in Casino, worn by Robert De Niro.
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