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Cufflinks are the final finishing flourish to any executive out fit, for either gender.
From not-so-humble origins as a costlier alternative to silk-ribbon sleeve closures, the cufflink has always denoted a certain level of wealth – and power. Since the advent of the tuxedo in the late 1800s, cufflinks and their matching studs have often been the one touch of socially acceptable individuality allowed for men at the better sort of functions; they’ve also proved an enduring part of proper office dress – at least until the late ’60s, when polyester leisure suits nearly killed them. Their revival came from the unlikeliest of sources: women’s wear and the English New Romantic movement of the early ’80s. Today cufflinks are the final finishing flourish to any executive outfit, for either gender.