More than 2000 reviews - Free worldwide delivery for orders > US$30

Tagged "guide to choosing cufflinks"

Choosing Cufflinks Of The Right Material For Any Occasion

Posted by on

Cufflinks are an essential part of any modern man’s wardrobe. However with a wide array of styles on the market, it may be difficult to know which is the perfect set for your dress ensemble.

Choosing the Right Cufflinks for Every Occasion

The beauty of cufflinks is that when they are worn right, they can either be dressed up or down depending on the occasion. This makes them suitable for use at the office, weddings, dinners, formal events and even informal outings.

The material of the cufflink is the primary determinant of its formality. Gold, Silver, and Platinum are favorites, and a man should own at least one pair of each to cater to every occasion he may encounter in time to come.

Read on for our tips for choosing cufflinks in the right material for each occasion.


Invest in a few pairs made from more luxurious materials, like crystals or precious stones, so you are able to conform to more sophisticated dress requirements, such as white tie events. Complete the look with the ultra formal Raphael Bow Tie and Pocket Square Set.

Mens Cufflinks and Accessories for Formal OccasionsShop: 1. Raphael Bow Tie and Pocket Square Set, 2. Cat Eye Cufflinks 3. Diamonds in the Sky Cufflinks, 4. Dependable Cufflinks 


Attending a wedding or tying the knot? Simple and classy designs made from gold or silver are your best bet to look polished and suave on this special day. For the groom, impress the bride by wearing her initials on your sleeves! Read our Wedding Blog for more groom styling tips on your big day.

Mens Cufflinks and Accessories for WeddingsShop: 1. Jeanette Customised Cufflinks, 2. Love Links Cufflinks 3. Royal White Lapel Rose Boutonniere, 4. Made in Heaven Cufflinks 


Wear cufflinks of interesting materials, such as leather, wood or industrial metal to informal events. Adding a twist to the usual cufflinks makes them perfect for revealing that winning personality of yours, and add a little sparkle to your ensemble.

Mens Cufflinks and Accessories for Casual EventsShop: 1. Brown Roped In Cufflinks, 2. Wood Tic Tac Toe Cufflinks 3. Exposed Gear Cufflinks by Blue Pendulum , 4. Netstone Bead Bracelet 


Designs made from titanium, enamel or glass are versatile, durable and can be worn to the office on a daily basis. They are also classy and presentable enough for business meetings and sales presentations without looking too over the top.

Mens Cufflinks and Accessories for WorkShop: 1. Mosaic Black Cufflinks, 2. Bryden Grey Stripe Tie 3. Black Onyx Cufflinks, 4. Black Laser Cufflinks 


This elegant pairing of Rose Gold cufflinks or Pearl cufflinks with your dinner party suit is a surefire way to garner all the attention you deserve at the next fancy dinner party. Apart from adding a touch of luxury, it also takes your ensemble up another level.


Mens Cufflinks and Accessories for Dinner Parties

Shop: 1. Mermaid Scale Pearl Cufflinks, 2. Rose Gold Wooden Cufflinks 3. Evangeline Crystal Bow Tie, 4. Rose Gold Watch Movement Keton Cufflinks 


A general rule of thumb is that classic and simple cufflinks should always be worn in more formal or professional occasions, while you can experiment with shapes and textures at less formal occasions like a holiday office party.

Learn about the different types of cufflinks with our Ultimate Cufflink Guide! If you feel you're ready to level up your wardrobe, shop our collection with over 1,000 cufflink designs now.


Image Source: IndoChino Blog

Read more →

Your Countdown Style Guide - What to Wear on New Year's Eve

Posted by on

New Year’s Eve is the best night of the year for a party. Whether you’re down at the pub with your buddies, or in town for the fireworks, what you wear on New Year’s Eve is extremely important to set your mood for the night. Although your outfit will depend largely on what you’re doing, this article will help you with styling the right accessories to your outfit.  
Read more →

Holiday Gift Guide 2016: Presents for Every Personality Type

Posted by on

Choosing the right Christmas gift for a man can seem like an impossible task. Especially when it seems like they have everything they want already. If you've got a guy that's tough to buy for don't be stressed out. Consider this list your one stop holiday shopping guide.

Read more →

Style Guide 101: Cufflinks for the Perfect Look!

Posted by on

Read more →

Cufflink Guide 101 - Matching Cufflinks to the Colour of Your Work Shirts

Posted by on

It can be hard to know how to wear cufflinks, especially when they’re seen as accessories for more formal occasions, but with this simple guide you’ll see they’re easier to wear than you’d think. 

Cufflinks are no longer just for formal wear. In the 19th century cufflinks became a fashion accessory, offering a bit of a customised style to a man’s wrist with any suit. Nowadays it’s perfectly fine to wear them for many different occasions, work or social.

In this Cufflink Guide, we are going to show you how a simple pair of cufflinks can take your outfit to the next level at work.


Because the colour white is neutral you can really experiment with colour and pattern when it comes to your cufflinks. You are not in a strict formal environment, so playing around with colour and pattern will work in your favour to keep your own personal style, and, to differentiate your look from the rest.

How to Match Cufflinks to White Work Shirts

Shop (clockwise): Sky's the Limit Cufflinks, Rosewood Cufflinks, Blue Laser Cufflinks, Kamehameha Cufflinks, Mosaic Black Cufflinks, Watch Movement Remo Cufflinks

Never underestimate the power of a crisp white shirt and classic accessories. Our premium 100% Cotton White French Cuff Shirt with a little playful paisley detailing from Dapper Avenue is an essential item for any wardrobe.

White French Cuff Shirt


When you venture into colour with your work shirts, you can keep the colour pallet of your cufflinks the same as your shirt. For a blue shirt we suggest going for shades within the same colour - a cufflink that has a main colour of blue. Play with different shades to get that understated contrast. Otherwise if you'd like to be on the more conservative side, simply opt for neutrals like monochrome colours or classic silver.

How to Match Cufflinks to Blue Work Shirts

Shop (clockwise): Blue Circuit Cufflinks, Boy Scouts Cufflinks, Blue Croc Cufflinks, Sailboat Cufflinks, Keep It Going Cufflinks, Blue Spring Cufflinks

When plain blue shirts get boring, opt for tone on tone stripes. Woven micro patterns and prints add an interesting visual effect to your business outfit without overdoing it. Pair cufflinks with shades of blue with our signature 100% Cotton Navy Pinstripe French Cuff Shirt from Dapper Avenue.


Again, with a coloured shirt you’d want to have a pair of cufflinks that work within the same colour pallet as your shirt. However, when it comes to colours such as pink, it can be difficult to get a pair of cufflinks that aren’t too gaudy that you wouldn't want to wear them to work.

You can go for a multi coloured pair of cufflinks or a classic silver pair with a twist as this will allow you to keep it subtle, yet have that small pop of colour or detail in there if you want it.

How to Match Cufflinks to Pink Work Shirts

Shop (clockwise): Missing You Cufflinks, Pink Laser Cufflinks, Seashell Cufflinks, Hive Cufflinks, Hitched Cufflinks, Hourglass White Cufflinks


A Black Shirt works well with almost all colours of cufflinks, but Gold cufflinks work best with black shirts and suits. Glam up your full black ensemble with either a full gold pair of cufflinks or cufflinks with highlights of gold.

How to Match Cufflinks to Black Work Shirts

Shop (clockwise): Interlocked Cufflinks, Rose Gold CufflinksWatch Movement Grant Cufflinks, Captain Haddock's Anchor Gold Cufflinks, Bullet Cufflinks, Watch Movement Adam Cufflinks


Feeling adventurous on Friday? When done right, patterned pieces take your work ensemble up another level. Pair your patterned shirt with a single coloured cufflink, preferably in silver, to avoid overdoing it. Classic Silver goes with virtually any coloured and printed shirt.

How to Match Cufflinks to Patterned Work Shirts

Read more →