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Unlike typical cufflinks that only serve as ornamentation, The French Cuff Bottle Openers are ideal for the gentleman who believes form should always follow function.
French cuff - A turned back cuff held together with cufflinks.
But wasn't it endearing, when the tuxedo-clad Romney ironed his own French cuffs while they were on his wrists?
Purchasing a Robert Tateossian pair of cufflinks enables this personal touch not only on French cuffs but also with men sporting a thobe.
And she hasn't done things by halves: she'll sport velveteen bunny ears, French cuffs and silk stockings.
She'll sport velveteen bunny ears, French cuffs, silk stockings and nothing else.
Le Fendley makes a professional statement with French cuffs and lavender double-ply fabric.
Although cufflinks were made in the 18th century, it was only with the fashion for double French cuffs, which began around 1840, that they became truly popular.
Their French cuffs stabbing at graphs illustrating how their investment fund has beaten the benchmark by 10 per cent.