I prefer french cuffs, except for the most casual ocassions. Having said that, I'm aware that no one is most liked and most despised than a well-dressed person. Example: Bosses and colleagues who feel a status slippage when a junior staff arrives well-groomed, and rather than reacting by increasing their satorial standards, attempts the easier route of bringing the well-dressed person to their level by such caring, well-meaning remarks as "Oh why are you so well dressed today, gregory?" For some reason, there is a segment of population who considers well-dressed individuals uppity, and this segment of the population tends to prefer their "comfortable" jogging suits and $29 L.L. Bean Mocs
("Exceptional Comfort at an Exceptional Price, Just $29") Â because these articles of clothing show that they are nice, and homely, down-to-earth, and wonderful Americans, not to mention that dressing in such a way confirmings their membership in a group fondly known as "just like everyone else".