If you are the sort of man who wears a shirt with double cuffs to work and obviously complements them with cufflinks, you may think that you are something out of the ordinary, and to some extent that would be right. After all, how many men wear cufflinks these days?
Well, the answer is: quite a lot. We just Googled “buy cufflinks” and got 28.9 million results. So, it does seem that quite a lot of men still wear them because otherwise there would not be anywhere near that number.
Not only that, but if you click on some of the links and have a look around, there are hundreds upon hundreds of designs of cufflinks on each different page. In fact, if you are looking to buy a pair of cufflinks you could spend all day browsing through them.
So, yes, if you wear cufflinks you are among the many men who realise that they are an essential addition to a smart suit, shirt, and tie. Not forgetting the tie. Certainly, some men seem to be obsessed with an open necked shirt with a suit, but frankly the two things simply don’t go together. An open necked shirt is fine at the weekend, of course. But not for the office – at least not if you have any sense.
Not only that, but you can team your tie with your cufflinks – and possibly a tie clip as well.
A Huge Range Of Designs
As for cufflink choices, at Wimbledon Cufflink Company we have a huge range of different designs from which to choose. Many of our customers love our Heritage Cufflinks range because you can select a design that reflects your pride in your nationality. We have several different designs for each of the four countries of the UK.
So, for example, if you are a proud Scotsman, you will love The Scottish Lion Cufflinks. These show the Lion Rampant which is the Royal Banner of Scotland and dates back to William 1 in the 12th century. Produced in silver and blue, The Scottish Lion Cufflinks are the perfect accompaniment for the office, a formal dinner party, a wedding, and even a sports fixture when you are cheering on your players.