The symbolism behind cufflinks and how they reflect personal style and identity
Originally popularised in the French court of King Louis the XIV in the 17th century, the humble cufflink continues to be a mainstay in wardrobes today. But what do they symbolise and why do we wear them?
This week, we delve into the rich history of this shirting staple while also mapping out how you can select the perfect cufflinks for made-to-measure suiting.
How to choose the right cufflink for you?
If you’re umming and ahhing over the right cufflink style for you, there’s no passing a classic sterling silver set of cufflinks in a geometric shape. Versatile and timeless, this is an accessory that you can as easily pair with a French cuff business shirt as you can with a tuxedo.
Alternatively, if you’re searching for something a little more unique, our team of expert fitters are only too happy to offer their two cents on the right style for you.