When we think of cufflinks, we usually picture a man with a tuxedo or a suit going to a fancy black-tie event. We automatically associate the word cufflink with a well-dressed man in a suit. But are cufflinks strictly for men? Of course not! Although traditionally cufflinks were worn by men and were a staple in every man’s wardrobe during the 1700’s, today, we see more and more women wearing cufflinks.Cufflinks have been worn by women since the 1920’s and have impacted the fashion world in a big way. People such as Coco Chanel wore masculine suits and cufflinks which made her stand out from the crowd. Women were getting more and more power. Cufflinks for women is definitely an up and coming trend that is adding lots of style and flavor in women’s fashion.

Women wear cufflinks most in the workplace or for special events. This is mainly because women tend to wear dress shirts in a formal/professional setting. Although there are many styles of cufflinks to choose from, it is more common to see women wearing cufflinks that are smaller and less elaborate such as our Amora Cufflinks or Papillon Cufflinks. Ultimately, choice of cufflink depends on your own personality and the work environment.

Papillon Silver Cufflinks

Papillon Silver Cufflinks
Amora 2 Tones Cufflinks

Amora Two Tones Cufflinks

Currently, there are not many cufflinks that are specifically designed for women but rather for both sexes. A smaller sized cufflink with soft rounded edges would be a great fit for a woman. Because women tend to have smaller wrists and hands, it is a good idea to avoid large, bulky pieces when choosing a cufflink. Overall, it is a great accessory for both men and women to look amazing. Cufflinks are here to stay.