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Every Detail Matters: 5 Pairs of Cufflinks to Finish Your Ensemble

While reclining in your beach chairs and vaguely imagining your back-to-work attire, you might have been pondering whether cufflinks are still relevant. “Sleeve buttons” first came about in the 17th century as a replacement to ribbons, which used to tie cuffs. What was once considered a status symbol became immediately popular and buttons were decorated with everything from jewels, to family crests, and even miniature paintings. These historically relevant pieces are certainly a mainstay in your accessory drawer. Today, they remain one of the more noble elements of your formal shirt game. We’ve selected five pairs of cufflinks for you to choose from. This fall, go from “dude” to “gentleman.”

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