9 CUFFLINKS TO MAKE THE MAN
- Published on Tuesday, 03 July 2012 11:47
- Matt Bell
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A man who really wants to express himself, in a formal kind of way, can find himself limited in options. Ostensibly, the beauty of formal men’s style lies in its subtleties—the width of a lapel, the length of a pant, the quality of fabric. It seems the most personalized details often get left to the parts no one, save the man doing the wearing, can actually see (read: lining). Ties, of both variety, have some options but so often appear too ostentatious. So it follows, that cufflinks are perhaps the most demure, yet forward way, to express yourself when all dressed up.
A hand crafted black oynx or mother of pearl rose atop your sterling silver cufflink is, simply put, class.
$750; at janleslie.com
VANITIESProbably the only cufflinks made of wood and a bit of ribbon that'll make you feel cooler than a million bucks.
$155; at barneys.com
DUNHILLA well traveled man, one who's been to space (or may one day hop a flight there), might appreciate these spinning Azurite globe cuffs.
$360; at dunhill.com
DEANKIN & FRANCISFrom a company who have been giving men cufflinks since the US Constitution was signed, these sterling silver owls with genuine blue sapphire eyes are a wise choice. (Also, they are a hoot.)
$415; at cufflinksdepot.com
SUSAN ROCKEFELLERSeahorses symbolize good luck, confidence, grace and patience. These particular two are hand crafted 24 karat gold dipped sterling silver with two .01 carat diamond eyes.
$270; at susanrockefeller.com
TATEOSSIANThese maple leaf cuffs are made of semi-prescious stones and Rhodium plated silver and you don't need to be Canadian to appreciate that.
$295; at tateossian.com
BROOKS BROTHERSThe sterling silver vintage airplanes can be subtle or a conversation piece.
$195; at brooksbrothers.com
PAUL SMITHA brass tooth for the baller (or dentist) amongst us....
$73; at paulsmith.com
DELFINA DELETTREZWait...what are your cufflinks doing?
$455; at openingceremony.com