5 of Our Favourite Cufflinks This Season

If you’re the kind of gentleman of exquisite taste who has a penchant for our beautiful watchwinder boxes we’re willing to hazard a guess that the odd pair of cufflinks has caught your eye and tickled your fancy from time to time.

With the world’s Fashion Weeks in full swing, we thought it was time we injected a little sartorial style into your man cave and shared our favourite pieces of arm candy for autumn 2016. Here are the cufflinks which have caught our attention this month…

1. Sky Cufflinks, Paul Smith (£80)

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Quirky but understatedly so, these creative cufflinks appear “standard issue” until you take a closer look and discover these brass and resin accessories decorated with striking photographic print of the earth and the moon from space – out of this world!

2. Rhodium Plated Cufflinks Set, Cedes Milano (£255)

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For the gentleman who likes his attire to be en pointe at all occasions, this chic set of beautifully made and completely customisable cufflinks allows you to mix and match your combinations. Choose and mix up red stones, yellow stones, silver bars and clear quartz to strike the perfect note based on your attire.

3. Shark Jawbone Cufflinks, Lee Renee (£88)

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Cufflinks with some serious bite, we love these unusual cufflinks from independent designer Lee Renee – they’re just sinister enough and totally stylish with it.

4. Moth Cufflinks, Alexander McQueen (£215)

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A soft motif with a hard edge, we love the contrast, subtly punky feel of these gorgeously made engraved and antiqued silver tone brass moth cufflink.

5. Mother of Pearl Gemset Cufflinks, Aspinal of London (£795)

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Time for something decadent and classic. These round mother of pearl cufflinks are set in 9ct yellow gold and house one, subtly sparkling diamonds. A real showstopper which stops short of showboating.

Do you regularly wear cufflinks? Do you have a dependable favourite pair or do you like to mix and match? Which of our picks suits your style? Have your say below.