A Man's Guide to Cufflinks | Ultimate Cufflink Purchase Guide | How to Buy Men's Cuff-links

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Cufflinks Rock!

Yea – they do.

Think about it – when else can a man wear a piece of jewelry that’s both functional and ornamental?

Never tried them?

You’re missing out – try them and you’ll get compliments from people who notice the details.

But FIRST – you have to know how to wear them and understand the various cufflink types/materials/styles so you don’t buy junk but instead invest in future heirlooms you can pass onto your kids!

Cufflinks might be traditionally associated with men’s semiformal evening wear (the tuxedo ensemble), but the versatile little fasteners can fill a surprising range of wardrobe roles.

So long as you’ve got a long-sleeved shirt with the requisite holes in the cuff, you can work cufflinks into just about any outfit.

What Are Cufflinks?

Cufflinks are tools for fastening shirt cuffs closed.

They’re an alternative to the buttons that are commonly sewn onto shirt cuffs.

The defining feature is that cufflinks are separate objects: sew it onto the shirt and it’s a button, but if it’s fully removable it’s a cufflink.

Just like buttons, cufflinks come in many shapes, sizes, styles, and materials.

They usually offer a little more contrast than a button, and are considered a more ornamental option, but they’re not inherently more or less formal.

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  • The cufflink infographic can be found here – http://www.realmenrealstyle.com/cufflinks-infographic/

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    Real Men Real Style
    Posted July 23, 2020
  • Rolling up your shirt sleeve is commonly stated as a good idea. But how do you roll up a French Cuff?

    Dustin Biensch
    Posted July 23, 2020
  • cufflings

    Moksh channel
    Posted July 23, 2020
  • Sir thank you for the videos they are very helpful it helps us to present ourselves more Properly in the corporate world learned a lot

    jay nalawade
    Posted July 23, 2020
  • I have been making Cufflinks for over 25 years and loved your video Simon Kemp Jewellers

    Simon Kemp
    Posted July 23, 2020
  • I don't about you guy but every time someone wears cufflinks on a shirt without a jacket he looks like zoro or some sort of Spanish bull fighter

    محمد يزن محمد فريد / صباحي
    Posted July 23, 2020
  • Nice, thanks! 👍👍

    Aaron Silva
    Posted July 23, 2020
  • DO NOT buy from Colleterals. I spent over £400 on two sets based on your recommendations. One Onyx, One Blue Lapiz. The stones were off centre, the silver wasn't hallmarked, but crucially because they both hadn't been securely placed in their elastic place holders and securely fastened there was no bubble wrap for example, they had travelled in fright all the way from France and had been jangling loose so arrived nicely scratched up. If I hadn't paid by PayPal I would have lost the lot as they were in the end forced to give up a business address and thankfully PayPal refunded the lot. Even the Logo looks dodgy. https://www.collaterals.eu/en/

    David Michael
    Posted July 23, 2020
  • I think the chain link are the most classic and elegant. They also show well on both sides of the cuff. They happen to be the most expensive type but I get around that by going to my favorite button store (7th ave NYC) and buying fancy buttons and link them together; use one small and one large one unless the buttons are oval. I always get compliments on them and queries on where I got them. TIP: Harrod's in London has the absolute best selection if you're willing to spend 100 – 200 BPS on real ones. Admittedly i have only one pair.

    CCW Noob
    Posted July 23, 2020
  • This is your best video ever…

    ABdGi Jubari
    Posted July 23, 2020
  • Very informative all doubts clear.

    Suvarna Shirke
    Posted July 23, 2020
  • What about Burton cover cufflinks?

    Javier Garcia Magan
    Posted July 23, 2020
  • Informative video. I just saw one faux-pas at 2:32. One shouldn’t wear a watch with black tie. It doesn’t belong to the dresscode. It is considered inappropriate because it would signal that you have other things to do, whereas the event you are attending should be interestinge enough that you don’t think about other events at that moment.

    Joriaan Collombon
    Posted July 23, 2020
  • I would like overlap cuffs bcoz my shirts always come with two cuff buttons I can remove one and use cufflinks and whenever I want to use buttons I always have an option..

    Tenzin Gyatso
    Posted July 23, 2020
  • Amazing video. My beautiful girlfriend purchased a number of cufflinks that I'm going to wear thanks to your video

    Ravi Peiris
    Posted July 23, 2020
  • What if the shirt doesn’t have a double hole?

    Juan Pena
    Posted July 23, 2020
  • The image of holding a cigarette destroys all credibility on what is tasteful.

    Robert Vincelette
    Posted July 23, 2020
  • When I saw 5:09 I realized that many of the little things that I threw away while cleaning because I did not know what they were….. Dude! Those were cuff links!!!! ROFL

    Mini Singh
    Posted July 23, 2020
  • It's pronounced lapis lazuli actually

    Posted July 23, 2020
  • A couple years ago, I bought my first shirt that took cufflinks, and I've been hooked ever since. They certainly add a nice touch to a shirt, and I have noticed that they sometimes catch people's eye when conversing with others. It's hard for me to pass up a nice set of cufflinks when I find some. I'm always looking to add to my collection. It's almost comparable to a woman with her shoes.

    Mr Twister
    Posted July 23, 2020
  • Antonio, ould one simply unpick there buttons on their cuffs and replace them with cufflinks? is this acceptable?

    Posted July 23, 2020
  • cool statement

    R.k.sunny Sana
    Posted July 23, 2020
  • Antonio! Love your work. Can you do a cuff link shirt guide? Everything is about the links but not about the cuff shirts themselves.

    Posted July 23, 2020
  • Superb video, Antonio! I remember reading an article in the October 2014 edition of Smithsonian magazine about the CIA’s history, wherein the author covered the significance of cufflinks during the Cold War. A Soviet double agent by the name of Pyotr Popov wore gold cufflinks emobssed with the image of the Greek goddess Athena’s helmet and a small sword. His CIA contacts wore an identical pair of cufflinks. Popov was one of the most vital sources of Soviet military intel for the CIA during the ‘50s. George Kisevalter, who would become an exceptional CIA case officer, came up with the idea of using distinctive cufflinks as a recognition signal. Kisevalter gave them to Popov before he was recalled to Moscow in 1955, informing him that if he was able to renew contact with the CIA, the agency’s courier sent to meet him would wear a matching set of cufflinks. Popov was eventually assigned to Schwerin, East Germany, and resumed contact with the CIA until 1958, when he was called back to Moscow and there arrested by the KGB. Popov was exected two years later. The cufflinks, however, remain behind glass inside a CIA museum in Langley, Virginia.

    Eóin MacLean
    Posted July 23, 2020
  • Is there a video about what to wear under your chemise? Greetz, Great videos!

    Levi Siccard
    Posted July 23, 2020
  • 👍🇸🇪

    Posted July 23, 2020
  • My friend is in the royal marines.he got a pair made for him out of 2 x 50 calibre shell casings he fired in afghanistan

    William Farquhar
    Posted July 23, 2020
  • Wanna know more about the shirt he's wearing? Check out my channel .
    IMO These are the most versatile dress shirts and can be worn either with cufflinks or buttoned.

    Men With Class
    Posted July 23, 2020
  • Lapis Lazuli 😎 greetings from Afghanistan.

    mostafa mohammadi
    Posted July 23, 2020
  • No true gentleman wouldn't be seen dead with TEE BAR Cufflinks .

    Posted July 23, 2020

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