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French cuffs, no tie?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by alaaro, Dec 13, 2003.

  1. Robwynge

    Robwynge Well-Known Member

    May 15, 2006
    Isn't this Tom Ford's singnature look? He always wears french cuffs and no tie. He also unbuttons the top two or three buttoms, which is definitely an optional part of the look :)
  2. fusherino

    fusherino Well-Known Member

    Nov 16, 2007
    this seems so backwards to me, i prefer barrel cuffs, and always like to add a tie when i can
  3. Tailor In Style

    Tailor In Style Active Member

    Apr 7, 2008
    French cuffs with jeans?
    I say that is mighty fine. Its an interesting look giving the whole ensemble just a touch of being more formal.

    A good option is to wear it with the knot links (cuff links made in balls of thread), these are usually not as formal as metal cuff links.
  4. JayJay

    JayJay Well-Known Member

    Jun 25, 2007
    My opinion hasn't changed. Although I think it's fine if others wear fc without a tie or with jeans, I would not.
  5. fashionsnob

    fashionsnob Well-Known Member

    Feb 27, 2008
    Yes, this would looks great. Most fashion experts prefer that you wear a tie when wearing cufflinks. You can wear a French cuffed shirt without a tie if you also leave the cufflinks off. Just roll up the sleves a little below your elbow and leave the top button unbuttoned. This way you will still see the French cuffs. The following site has good advice on formal attire: http://www.blacktieguide.com/ This site is good for learning how to match your tie and the dress code for neckties: http://www.ties-necktie.com/ten-gold...g-clothing.php Another thing: Keep your shirts ironed! French cuffs are elegant and classy, and so should be the shirt... I hope this helps, R.

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