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PostSubject: Choosing The Right Cufflinks   Mon Apr 11, 2011 7:21 am

Hello guys,

If you're buying cufflinks, you may be overwhelmed by so many cufflink designs available. Cufflinks come in wide array of shapes, colors, and decorative designs.
Here are some general things to remember:
1. Among all cufflink designs, simply-designed cufflinks are probably the easiest, not to mention, the safest, to wear on most occasions.
2. Conservative, classic cufflinks mostly include the simple solid-colored ones.
3. For corporate events that you are attending, cufflinks may well make you stand out.
4. Also cufflinks should well match with the other pieces of your attire such as your tie, or your buckle, or other accessories you might be wearing.

Tom Hanks
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