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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by cufflinkz, Jun 26, 2013.

  1. cufflinkz

    cufflinkz New Member

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    I'm going to a prom like event, I'm not wearing a dinner jacket just a regular suit. I really like cufflinks but don't like how wide French/double cuffs are, is there any way to wear cufflinks whilst either having a narrower double cuff or is there a way to wear cuff links with a different style of cuff. I'm not overly keen on double cuffs anyway so if there are any other cuffs able to have cufflinks iwould be open minded

    Any suggestions welcome, I would be very grateful.
     


  2. JamesX

    JamesX Distinguished Member

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    The width of the french cuff differs from maker to maker.

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    There is also the single cuff, you don't have to wear double cuff

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  3. cufflinkz

    cufflinkz New Member

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    Are single cuffs always a lot narrower? Is there anyway to have cufflinks in a barrel cuff-like style?
     


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