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Custom cufflinks from James Morton

Ties are often the main way that you might accessorise when wearing a suit, but here at James Morton not only do we supply customers with custom ties for all occasions, we also offer a range of other accessories including custom cufflinks.

Bespoke cufflinks make for a distinguished gift, and we offer cufflinks in a range of qualities and materials from standard nickel-plated cufflinks to more luxurious cufflinks made from precious metals or jewels, meaning they can be fully customised to suit the recipient.

Alternatively, cufflinks can be used to raise brand awareness or as another way of identifying certain clubs, organisations, or teams. Whilst cufflinks were traditionally worn by men for formal attire, they are now multifunctional, being worn by both men and women and for a range of reasons from stag dos to work events.

How are cufflinks worn?

To make your cufflinks really stand out and to fully co-ordinate your outfit, we have a few top tips for how to wear cufflinks.

Before purchasing cufflinks, be aware that not all shirts are made to be worn with cufflinks; it all depends on the cuff. Make sure you have double cuffed or French shirts as these will have a designated buttonhole for your bespoke cufflinks.

Matching your metals is one of the most widely known rules of jewellery wearing, and it applies to other accessories too. Coordinating a gold belt with gold personalised cufflinks for example, will look better than a gold belt and silver cufflinks.

Similarly to matching accessories, when choosing your cufflinks, you may also want to consider what tie or pocket squares you will be wearing, if any. By matching your cufflinks to these, it will bring everything together and make them stand out more.

Alternatively, if you aren’t wearing a tie or pocket square you can match the cufflinks to your tie by picking one of the main colours to match them to. For example, if the overall colour palette or stripe colour of your shirt is warm such as orange and green, then gold would work because it’s a warmer colour. Whereas a silver engraved cufflink would work well with a black or grey custom tie as these are cooler colours.

Whatever your needs, our design team have the expertise to create the custom cufflinks that you’re looking for. Please get in touch with our team to discuss your needs further.