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I am looking for some cool/trendy/stytlish looking cufflink brands I can look into. I do like some of the Paul Smith stuff so anything similar or 1 step down would be ok. Has to be unique looking and nothing crass like ships,cars, boats, national flags, footballs and etc.

Preferably something with some color and not the pure silver look.

Appreciate the help.
post #2 of 17
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Originally Posted by Star View Post
I am looking for some cool/trendy/stytlish looking cufflink brands I can look into. I do like some of the Paul Smith stuff so anything similar or 1 step down would be ok. Has to be unique looking and nothing crass like ships,cars, boats, national flags, footballs and etc. Preferably something with some color and not the pure silver look. Appreciate the help.
http://www.cufflinksdepot.com www.cufflinks.com I have ordered from the bottom one, pretty good service. Both sites have a variety of designers and no-label links that should fit most men's purposes.
post #3 of 17
The only thing on Ebay that I buy are cufflinks. The search function will enable you to find some good stuff.
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Picked up these, among other more serious sets, from http://www.1stchoicecufflinks.com They shipped my entire order within 24 hours and worldwide shipping on orders over $55 is free. The categories make things really easy to find as well.

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Originally Posted by J Simulcik View Post
Picked up these, among other more serious sets, from http://www.1stchoicecufflinks.com They shipped my entire order within 24 hours and worldwide shipping on orders over $55 is free. The categories make things really easy to find as well.
Salt and pepper shakers?
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Salt and pepper shakers?



They're funny, but I hope you didn't spend too much on them.
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They're funny, but I hope you didn't spend too much on them.

No, and I know where and when they're appropriate for wear. Like I said, they're coming with a few 'nicer' pairs.

I figure most people will view them as artsy shapes, etc. anyway.
post #9 of 17
I really like these: www.itsabouttimenyc.com.
post #10 of 17
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Originally Posted by Star View Post
I am looking for some cool/trendy/stytlish looking cufflink brands I can look into. I do like some of the Paul Smith stuff so anything similar or 1 step down would be ok. Has to be unique looking and nothing crass like ships,cars, boats, national flags, footballs and etc.

Preferably something with some color and not the pure silver look.

Appreciate the help.
How can I contact with you and send you some of my company unique designs. My company good at cufflink and tie clip because of my jewelry factory experience. We only produce high end quality accessories and looking for deal with someone vendors in UK, Franch and USA.

best regards,
David

www.davidvinci.com
post #11 of 17
Is it wrong to wear cufflinks w/o a jacket?

Enlighten me pls.
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Salt and pepper shakers?
Daleks.

post #13 of 17
have a gander at some of these.
post #14 of 17
no, it's a way of expressing your style. we chaps do not have many ways to do so.
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have a gander at some of these.

Those are cool looking. Do you have a pair?
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