Cuffed Up

17 Aug

Generally when you think of cuff links, you think of a business savy man wearing them, not a women. Not anymore! I recently did a “dress swap” (Aren’t these awesome!?) with a friend of mine and was ecstatic to receive a simple (but gorgeous!) white button down. I love a simple button up, they’re timeless, classic, and always fabulous! On my beautiful new shirt was a set of dainty silver cuff links.

*photo via Honey Case 2

Now, I’ve never worn cuff links, but after seeing them on this shirt I wondered how I wore button ups without them! They look awesome!

*photo via Beau Jangles

Although small, cuff links add a glamorous touch to your usually plain button up shirt. Whether you’re a business woman planning an outfit for a corporate meeting, or a trendista looking to jazz up an outfit, cufflinks are the way to go.

*photo via Beauty Spot

xo, frillyfab

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4 Responses to “Cuffed Up”

  1. typefashion August 17, 2011 at 3:07 pm #

    Yea that is a nice accessory for work ! Especially when suiting up is all back !

    Like this post !

    • frillyfabulous August 17, 2011 at 3:12 pm #

      Silver link would look awesome on all black … or even if you want a pop of color, but still something subtle, cuff links are the perfect option!

  2. emmyrho13 August 17, 2011 at 2:26 pm #

    You’re right, I never thought of wearing cuff links but these sure are cute!

    -Emmy
    http://www.sprinklesoneverything.wordpress.com

    • frillyfabulous August 17, 2011 at 3:01 pm #

      Certainly a cute way to spice out a plain shirt!

      xo, ff

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