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Cufflinks Etiquette

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Pantisocrat, Feb 27, 2010.

  1. chasd2

    chasd2 Well-Known Member

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    You'll know when you see them. Subtle is better.
     
  2. davodiva

    davodiva Active Member

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    I think this is right....here are quotes from professional stylists ( on my website - articles 'sartorial advice') :

    ‘For a man in a suit, they’re a way of expressing a bit of personality. They’re noticed, but not too much. The beauty of wearing cufflinks is that they are a way of wearing jewellery without ostentation – to merely hint at wealth and taste and qualities’

    ‘To make a good first impression wear a classic sterling silver pair – they are masculine and always look distinctive, cheap or fancy cufflinks are out!’

    I think this is right...its hard to go past a solid silver pair for classy versatile use!

    A general article 'Cufflink types explained' - on my affiliate thread may help too!

    Cheers Davo
     
    Last edited: Jan 13, 2013

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