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Where to buy nice men's cufflinks?

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newstartamiready Tue 07-Feb-17 21:42:09

I'm not sure if there is a certain brand that's well know and nice or if you just pick some that look nice confused I want to get my boyfriend some but I have never bought any before

Fingerbobs Tue 07-Feb-17 22:33:55

Dependson your budget and his taste. I prefer plainish so this is spendy:
These less so but still classic:

Aspinalls are posh (well I think so!) and both John Lewis and Harrods have selections ranging from about £50 to over £4,000 shock Links of London also have lots, again a bit pricey.

Notonthehighstreet have lots of personnalisable ones, if that's what you/he likes.

I'd say pick what you like and what he'll like to wear.

CantChoose Tue 07-Feb-17 23:00:00

How nice?! My DH likes Dunhill ones but they are ££ even for the cheaper ones. He also looks likes Aspinal.
For nice but slightly less expensive look at designers like ted baker or Paul smith, there's a decent selection on the John Lewis or house of Fraser websites.

Finbar Tue 07-Feb-17 23:14:03

Simon Carter are a cool brand in this area. JL stock them. Not too glitzy or trying too hard IYSWIM

GingerLDN Wed 08-Feb-17 01:40:57

Not on the high street

hollyisalovelyname Wed 08-Feb-17 19:39:03

Antique jewellers or jewellery auctions.

newstartamiready Wed 08-Feb-17 20:13:10

Finger - I love the first link but I think they are out of my price range! I love all the rose gold ones and would like some myself grin

newstartamiready Wed 08-Feb-17 20:18:03

Wow I've just looked at aspinals again lovely but out of my price range!

I think ted baker might be priced better for me, I'll have a look at those

VanessaBet Wed 08-Feb-17 20:18:29

My husband is a big fan, I have bought him a few pairs of the semiprecious stone ones from here, he's not a fan of novelty type ones

Otherwise ebay has lots of nice vintage cufflinks to choose from.

VanessaBet Wed 08-Feb-17 20:18:59

They look a lot better in real life than in the photos.

TheBadgersMadeMeDoIt Wed 08-Feb-17 20:23:32

My DH likes TM Lewin for cufflinks. Good selection, not too pricey. Makes it easy for me at Christmas!

DianaT1969 Thu 09-Feb-17 02:37:32

My brother wanted Hugo Boss ones for Christmas.

LoupGarou Thu 09-Feb-17 03:06:09

Etsy without a doubt, so many unique and original ideas

You can get ones made from meteorite


Even ones made from dinosaur bone...

Diamonddealeroncemore Thu 09-Feb-17 07:33:26

For really well made last-forever cufflinks look at Deakin and Francis.

hollyisalovelyname Sat 11-Feb-17 09:18:58

Heather Stowell does lovely button cufflinks.
UK based.
Sorry I can't do links but google her name.

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