For formal events, cufflinks are an essential piece of kit. They’re not just there to keep your cuffs together, either – with so many designs, colors and styles to choose from, they’re also there to make you look good. It’s as simple as that. We’ve got black Onyx style cufflinks for the traditionalists, plus a fun selection of novelty cufflinks for experimenters.

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  • Blue and Gold Striped Cufflinks by Dobell
  • Blue Crystal Cufflinks by Dobell
  • Cufflinks - Silver Colored Rectangular Blocks
  • Multicolored Striped Cufflinks by Dobell
  • Cufflinks - Large Silver Square with Pink Diamante
  • Cufflinks - Green Spirit Level
  • Cufflinks - Novelty Poker
  • Cufflinks - Union Jack
  • Silver Style Dice Cufflinks by Dobell
  • Cufflinks - Novelty Red and Yellow Card
  • Cufflinks - Novelty Soccer
  • Cufflinks - Purple Circle
  • Royal Crown Silver Style Cufflinks by Dobell
  • Cufflinks - St George
  • Cufflinks - Ivory Groom
  • Cufflinks - Black and White Groom
  • Cufflinks - Silver Colored Mini USB Flash Drives
  • Cufflinks - Novelty Drinking Arm
  • Gold Style Hourglass Cufflinks by Dobell
  • Pink Crystal Square Cufflinks by Dobell
  • Cufflinks - Chrome Ball
  • Black Faux Leather Cord Cufflinks by Dobell
  • Jack Daniels Bottle Cufflinks by Dobell
  • Gunmetal Grey Clear Crystal Cufflinks by Dobell
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Like a good suit and a designer watch, a nice collection of cufflinks is the mark of a man who’s got his stuff together. Choice is essential when it comes to matching the cufflink to the outfit and the occasion. We recommend owning a variety of styles and colors. There are two staple designs you should have in your collection – the plain silver, and the black Onyx. Silver will take you through the working week plus any semi-formal events at the weekend, while black Onyx is perfect for any serious black tie events.

Of course, if you’re feeling more creative there’s no reason why you can’t invest in a set of novelty cufflinks – stars & stripes, perhaps, if you’re feeling patriotic. Or mini red formula one cars? The choice is yours.

What originally started out in the 16th century France as a more sophisticated way of keeping shirt cuffs together (before then it was a piece of string), is now a style statement; an icon of affluence. It’s the easiest way to add a touch of personality to either a suit or a tuxedo. More relaxed formal occasions like weddings offer the perfect opportunity to experiment with color matching. For example, team your pink cravat and handkerchief with pink cufflinks to draw your look together. Or make a bigger style statement and go for contrasting colours, such as a yellow tie teamed with green cufflinks. One general rule of thumb is that the metal of your cufflinks should match the metal of your belt buckle. So gold buckle, gold cufflinks – and so on.