I have friends that have many excuses for not wearing proper shirts, let alone ones with French cuffs. This style of cuff is the one that lets you choose the style of cuff links that demonstrate you are a gentleman to those around you.
Oh, you say, that’s not cool. Really. I guess you’re too cool for Jon Stewart
Just to make sure, here’ s the hippest of the late night crowd, Jimmy Fallon literally rocking his French cuffs:
and in case there are still some holdouts that think French Cuff is not masculine enough, I present two killers from Mad Men infamy, Don Draper (played by Jon Hamm) and Roger Sterling (played by John Slattery):
The style necessary to dress as a the gentleman you are lies in the details. One detail you must not leave out is adding French cuff to your wardrobe. So much so, in fact, that the days you do not wear them, you will feel as if you are only half-dressed. At least, that’s how Duke Ellington felt… and everyone knows he is cool personified.
- Men of Style – Edward Kennedy “Duke” Ellington (kingpinchic.com)
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- 2 Major Mistakes Made in Dressing for Success w/ Bonus Tips (jeffzelaya.com)