Cufflinks

Cufflinks are a man's piece of jewelry, with a selection of mechanical works of art made from such beautiful silk knots to watch movements and everything in between.

The function of the cufflinks is to close the cuff mouth. I used to write about the buttons on the cuffs of the jacket that told the original reason: when I started working, the sleeves had to be rolled up. For the same reason, the mouths of the sleeve were built to be wrapped. However, instead of buttons, cufflinks were used among gentlemen. The cufflink is in itself a bad word rooted in Finnish, because it is not really a button. I think the English "cuff link" is better.

The cufflinks have a small taste of luxury and are one of the most common gifts for a man, as it is not too personal like a necklace or ring. In addition, a tie pin or a bow tie from the same set can be inserted with the cufflinks.

When choosing cufflinks, it's a good idea to think about what kind of shirt to put on. About 80% of the shirts you buy are white and blue, so let the giver act as a small introduction. A rosy, red-colored cufflinks, for example, go well with the blue shirt. For formal occasions, black cufflinks are always a sure choice. When choosing cufflinks, you should avoid cheap trinkets that can detach color, which can ruin an expensive shirt. In addition, perch may cause allergic symptoms in the wearer.

The shirts on sale today mainly have a button fastening at the mouth of the sleeve. Fortunately, however, many shirt manufacturers have woken up to the delight of our cufflinks users to increase penetrations for cufflinks as well. In this case, the shirt has a lead-through between the buttons on the mouth of the sleeve, see picture below. In a real cufflink shirt, no ordinary buttons are needed at all.