Cufflinks were first introduced in the early 19th century and they are used to fasten the two sides of a cuff around the wrist.
Cufflinks are popular with both men and women. The pieces of jewellery add a certain distinction to those who wear them. The shape and colour of the cufflinks highlights the person and his or her clothing.
This type of jewellery is not just worn on Christmas Eve or during a ball, gala, fancy dinner or party; it can just as well be worn during the day. At business meetings and events, in the office and at a store, during speeches, at conferences, on the television, at school; there will be many opportunities to impress others with a nice set of cufflinks!
The online models are diverse; some cufflinks have been carried out in fragile enamel while others display interlaced patterns, regal Onyx stones, twinkling Swarovski crystals and shiny nacre inlay.
A classic white blouse worn underneath a three-piece suit is famous for lending itself extremely well to this special kind of jewellery. However, keep in mind that the most interesting creations are always the ones where the imagination has been used. You could, for instance, make an extra buttonhole in your finest blouse and find a matching cufflink to create a new look.
Tip: Give cufflinks as a gift to a groom, a partner, a close friend or a family member.