Things You Need: Cufflinks

The highest aim of men’s grooming is looking good. Being properly groomed means you feel crisp and fresh, and that doesn’t just stop with your facial (or ear) hair; it extends to your clothes.

Recently, I’ve gotten into cufflinks. It only took 30+ years, but I finally made it.

Aside from looking awesome and being the perfect accessory for the rest of your outfit, it feels great to wear them and really cap off a great suit or business attire.

When was the last time you saw a high power attorney, corporate CEO, former star athlete or other BSD (Big Swinging Dick) not wearing them?

Don’t be intimidated; all you need is a French Cuff shirt and a pair of cufflinks you like. Here is a video to illustrate how easy it is:

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