Most standard cufflinks consist of three parts. The top of the cufflink, which is usually decorated with a design or accessory; the part that goes through the cuff hole and attaches to the elbow joint is called the strut; and the bottom of the cufflink, which is the button that can be rotated 90° to lock into place.
Cufflinks are a must-have accessory for any man who likes to dress elegantly. Wearing cufflinks with the right suit can make a big difference in your appearance. Cufflinks can be worn with a tie when wearing a blue or white formal shirt. You can use them as an alternative pairing strategy for any color shirt and tie combination. Just follow the same rule as with patterns: small patterns add up to big patterns, which means bold cufflinks with a sophisticated tie, and vice versa. Try pairing cufflinks with one of the tie colors as a highlight.
Usually, the more popular color used for cufflinks is gold or silver, which is often matched or accented with blue or navy. In general, the two shades must be different enough to avoid confusion; for example, navy and royal blue are a good combination. The square design of the cufflinks and the smaller area of bright color make them more sophisticated than the previous model. Of course, in addition to embellishment through gemstones, the cufflinks can also be embellished with a pattern or engraving to reflect the desired style to be displayed.
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