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    I only wear cufflinks with black tie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LesserBlackDog View Post
    I only wear cufflinks with black tie.
    Ditto. Used to have a few dress shirts that I wore links with, but have retired those.

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    I have a few dress shirts that I'll wear with cufflinks. Normally when I'm wearing a three piece suit I'll break them out.

    Cufflinks wise, I have a variety of them. Probably my favourite are a pair of Scrabble pieces that spell out my initials.

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    James Bond says yes.

    I have a few french cuff shirts, and find I don't wear them nearly as often as I'd imagined I would while watching Spectre. I think they have their place though, at slightly more formal events.

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    I’m a big fan of cuff links and wear them as often as I’m able. Have several sets to pick from.

    I used them a lot more with some custom made shirts I had gotten while visiting Thailand. They had this convertible type cuff that allowed me to either button it up, or wear cuff links with them. They are awesome.


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    I have over 100 pairs of cufflinks and wear them regularly, whether it's with a suit, blazer or sportcoat. Along with a nice pocket square, it's a great way to add a little touch of personality and splash to any outfit. I buy most of them online (ebay, mostly) and can find wonderful vintage pairs that are not very expensive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3piece View Post
    I like them but wear them once in a blue moon, because they're not that conducive for typing.
    I definitely know what you mean. I do like French cuff shirts, but not the most comfortable for typing, and with it being white, gathers dirt like crazy. What color are your French cuff shirts?

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    I would say they are as popular now as they have been over the last 20-25 years. I would hazard to guess the main thing keeping them going is mothers and wives buy them for men as gifts.

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