Cufflinks For Guys Who Don’t Want To Wear Them!

Posted on 25 April 2012

Given recent research concerning the decline of the numbers of males wearing suits and the dumbing down of the overall dress code for so many young English men, it’s nice to see a product designed to go some way towards redressing the balance by promoting smart dressing in a modern, contemporary way.

Button Covers are the modern and oh-so-simple way to get the look of cufflinks, without going to the expense of actually buying cufflinks or having to invest in a shirt with cuffs that take them.  With Button Covers, any shirt can sport classic black or white circles, footballs, rugby balls, a sporty gear knob and – most importantly given the rapidly-approaching Olympic Games – the Union Jack. Ideal for weddings, interviews, special dates and any time you want to create a good impression.

The idea’s simple. Just fasten the cuff button on your regular shirt in the normal way, then slip the hinged back behind the button and clip the design over the top of the button. Hey presto, you’re dressed to impress for work or play.  And when it’s time for your shirt to hit the wash, just unclip your button covers ready to attach to the next shirt. The button covers shown are extremely high quality. They have been created in rhodium for strength, durability and a high shine without tarnishing and they come packaged in a retro Chrome Box.


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