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French Cuffs: How, When, & Why to Wear Double Cuffed Shirts

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Overview of shirt cuff styles:

1. Button cuffs also called barrel cuffs. They've got buttonholes on one side of the cuff and buttons on the other.

2. Link cuffs have holes on both sides of the cuff and as you might imagine are meant to be closed with links as opposed to buttons.

Two principal types of link cuffs:

1. Single cuffs which are just one layer of fabric fastened together with a link are standard for the white tie dress code and are also acceptable for black-tie if not necessarily standard at this point in time.

2. Double cuffs are twice as long and are worn folded back upon themselves. They're the standard choice these days for the black tie dress code and are also a staple of business wear.

Other kinds of cuffs are convertible cuffs which can be closed with either a button or a link depending on how you'd like to wear them. And finally, you may also sometimes see a buttoned cuff that has excess fabric that can be turned back upon itself. This is known as a turn back cuff, cocktail cuff or sometimes a James Bond cuff.

French Cuffs Construction:

French cuffs feature a length of fabric that is folded back upon itself and then fastened together with cufflinks. There are holes on both sides of the cuff going through all the layers of fabric. In other words, most French cuffs will typically have four holes in total to a cuff.

French cuffs can come in a number of shapes as can other cuff styles.

Straight edges are most common for French cuffs but you'll also see rounded edges, angled edges or mitered edges.

Why are they called French cuffs?

Since at least the 16th century upper-class individuals used elegant ribbons to prevent the ruffled ends of their shirt sleeves from coming open. This practice of adorning the wrists with some sort of decoration continued throughout the centuries. And by the early 19th century, when the modern style of shirt was coming into its own, the ruffles had been replaced with cuffs that were secured with links.

One apocryphal story also claims that French cuffs got their start when Napoleon ordered extra long sleeves for the shirts of the soldiers in his armies so that they could wipe their noses on the ends of their sleeve and then fold their cuffs back. There isn't any historical evidence to support this theory however so it's really just more of a fun story.

Whatever the case the term French cuff didn't really come into popular usage until the style immigrated to America. In other words, it may just be that calling it a French cuff made it sound a little bit more exotic and special to American consumers. And from then on the term stuck and it's the one that's most commonly used today.

Guidelines for wearing French cuffs on shirts

The traditional view on this subject is that French cuffs should really only be worn in more formal scenarios.

As standards of everyday dress have become more relaxed over the last half century and within the last 10 to 15 years, we've seen a resurgence in an interest in menswear. Some of these old style rules are able to be more freely bent now.

Tips:

1. It's always a good idea to show at least a little bit of cuff at the end of whatever you're wearing.

2. French cuffs are usually worn in the so called kissing style with the inside portions of both sides of the cuff together, they can also be configured more similarly to a barrel style.

3. There are a wide variety of different kinds of cufflinks to go with your French cuff shirts to suit the occasion. You should aim for a balance between your own sense of personal style and the formality of the environment you'll be in.

When it's appropriate to wear French cuff shirts?

The short and simple answer is almost whenever you want with a few key exceptions.

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722guy : 1.5x sounds normal
Eddie Alva : Hola, greetings from Lima, Perú. Thank you for the pronunciation of "Charles Tyrwhitt". They used to be made in Peru.
Ari Pieniniemi : Your cuffs are way too big, the hand doesn’t have to fit through a buttoned cuff, a cuff of a shirt that is too big requires a sleek jacket sleeve. I wear CT shirts myself, but some have to make the cuffs smaller.
Thanks for the interesting videos.
Vishva Bhadouriya : You Are Joker
tnmtemerity : When I was a kid and I saw a video of Vladimir Horowitz playing piano I noticed he was wearing cuffs I’d never seen, or at least not noticed before. I immediately wanted my dress shirts to be like this. I also loved his huge bow ties.

How To Wear & Put On Cufflinks

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00:00 Introduction

How To Put On Cufflinks

00:20 1. T-bar clip
- Most popular mechanism
- Cheapest and least expensive to produce
- Not something that you should really invest in if you have other choices.

01:56 2. Fixed bar
- Nice decorative elements on both sides

03:22 3. Chain cufflink style
- Very popular in the 1930's
- Always has two decorative elements
- More tricky to put on

04:18 4. Enamel cufflinks
- Usually double sided
- Enameled on silver or gold.
- Can be very tricky to put on b

06:20 5. Snap cufflinks
- Popular during a period in the 30's and 40's, sometimes in the 50's
- The big advantage of snap cufflinks is that you can put them on before you put on the shirt.
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Joshua Cormier : Hello, Gentleman's Gazette. I had a quick question, something that is keeping me curious... wouldn't the double-sided cuff link design over time begin to stretch the cuff holes &, in the end, allow the smaller end to simply fall out? Thank you for any response, this has been on my mind for days.
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Jose Martinez : Very informative thank you fellow aristocrat
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Rob Christensen : My dress shirts must be cheap as I dont have holes on both sides of my sleeve to put my cufflinks through. Any tricks to accommodate that without butchering the shirt?

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