An extra high collar and rounded French cuffs
that match the stitching round out the characteristics of this design.
Although cufflinks were made in the 18th century, it was only with the fashion for double French cuffs
, which began around 1840, that they became truly popular.
Their French cuffs
stabbing at graphs illustrating how their investment fund has beaten the benchmark by 10 per cent.
I always wear a suit--that's the Big Eight influence--with braces and French cuffs
We then went into another office of the financial guy who intimidated me by just being dressed like a million, French cuffs
Jackie Fisher, president of Antelope Valley College, shows off his french cuffs
And what about the fashion wazock trotted out to impart such little gems to the enthralled TV audience as 'one should always wear one's cufflinks half an inch above one's French cuffs
Finally, at graduation, we wore white uniforms with a mock turtleneck collar, a pleated bodice, long sleeves with French cuffs
, and a straight skirt.