As a groom, if there’s one place where you can have a bit of fun and show personality with your wedding ensemble, it’s with the cufflinks.
The male equivalent of earrings, there are zillions of options so you’re sure to find a pair that suits you. Pick a minimal style to go with your tailored suit, or try a fun pair to express your sense of humour.
Here’s our edit of the best for every style of groom.
Paul Smith Accessories, Original Naked Lady Cufflinks, £80, www.selfridges.com
Gieves & Hawkes, Chrome and Brass Military Knot Cufflinks, £175, www.gievesandhawkes.com
Burberry, Equestrian Knight Cufflinks, £125, uk.burberry.com
Deakin & Francis, Emerald Eye Frog Cufflinks, £4050, www.harrods.com
Givenchy, Gold Star Cufflinks (also available in silver), £250, www.selfridges.com
Aspinal of London, Oval Bicolour cufflinks, £125, www.harveynichols.com
RT By Tateossian (Rhodium Plated) Skeleton Vintage Window Limited Edition Cufflinks - 21 Jewels £175, www.tateossian.com
Tateossian, Lunar Breccia 18K Gold Cufflinks – Limited Edition, £POA, www.tateossian.com
This beautiful pair are part of the Interstellar Collection and are made from DIAMONDS AND METEORITE. Talk about out of this world.
Ted Baker, Geolay Square Geo Cufflinks, £55, www.tedbaker.com
Ted Baker, SPECS Reading Glasses Cufflinks, £55, www.tedbaker.com
Main feature image from Hong Photography