Cufflink can be define as a fastener that embellish
Manufacturers of this fasten accessory have provided unlimited supply of cuff link designs out there for their customers to choose from. Following are the varieties and styles of cufflinks to serve various purposes like hobbies and interest, father's day fasteners, decorative buttons for men and women, wedding style closures, anniversary, career, novelty and functional designs, engagement parties, birthday parties etc. Superiou quality material is used to give them attractive look. Materials that cane be used for manufacturing of sleeve accessories are titanium, gold, platinum, silver, glass, crystal, semi-precious and sterling silver closures. Prices of these cuff holders highly depends upon the material used. Here, are some easy and considerable steps to wear this accessory.
They should be worn with shirts with french cuffs. French cuff is also called musketeers or double cuffs. Taht means a shirt should be designed with double cuffs with no buttonholes. If you want something more exclusive and creative, search for various brand names. Brand assures customers about quality nad price and durability. Soem renowned brand names for cuff links are Duchamp, Hugo, paul smith London, bossLinea, Ted baker, Skopes, Thompson, Simon carter, Montblanc, Tiffany & co., Kenneth cole, Cartier, Bulgari etc. To wear cufflink is a matter of culture and interest. Some fasteners are handcrafted from material like gold and gemstones. The addition of such materials make them luxurious and high-priced. According to designs cufflinks can be categorized into four main categories. These are:
1. Bullet back or Toggle closures
2. Whale back closures
3. Fixed backing
4. Chain link fasteners
5. Ball return
Each type has its own designing properties. As in bullet back closures, backing has given the shape of the bullet, which is suspended between two posts and it can flipped horizontally and vertically. Whale back has a whale like tail at the end. This tail flips against the post. In Fixed backing, post and back are attached to the back of the cufflink face. In chain links, cuff link face and back are connected with a chain. Ball returns are designed by adding a ball at the end of the back.