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Enamel cufflinks are for smooth guys only

Tuesday, September 13th, 2011

As far as cufflink material goes, silver and gold are the most popular materials. But the beauty of cufflinks is that they can be made out of almost anything these days. In fact, there are even cufflinks that are made from recycled materials, which is good for the earth and for fashion. But one of the most durable and attractive cufflink materials is enamel. The combination of powdered glass and high levels of heat create this glass-like material that we call “enamel.” With a smooth enamel surface, enamel cufflinks shine from across the room and gleam in the sunlight.

Black Enamel Labyrinth Cufflinks


Because enamel is so smooth and flawless, many high-end cufflink designers use it to create upscale cufflink designs. But you don’t have to be an upscale guy in order to wear enamel cufflinks. The only thing you have to be is “smooth.” Enamel Cufflinks are perfect for any guy who’s a smooth talker and takes pride in his appearance. However, it’s a rule of thumb that every guy should own a pair of Enamel Cufflinks. Lucky for you, we have a wide selection of Enamel Cufflinks available. You’ll find such elegant designs and styles as these Black Enamel Labyrinth Cufflinks, which offer urban flavor combined with a classic black and silver look. Enamel Cufflinks are often finished with a smooth and glossy coating, to help preserve the shine and protect them from all-weather elements. So you can be sure that your Enamel Cufflinks will keep you looking and feeling “smooth” for years to come.

Chocolate is the new brown

Tuesday, September 13th, 2011

What is it with the color “chocolate?” From chocolate diamonds to chocolate fabrics, everyone in the fashion industry is designing “chocolate” items and accessories. Chocolate, otherwise known as a deep mud-brown color, became a popular color style as soon as celebrities and famous people began wearing it. Over the past couple of years, “chocolate” has replaced “brown.” In fact, chocolate has become a more acceptable version of brown, which many designers strayed away from for years. For some reason, brown was often seen as a boring and bland color. But chocolate is so popular now, that it is used in almost anything in the world of fashion — including cufflinks.

Chocolate Malt Brown and Silver Silk Knot Cufflinks



While Brown Cufflinks are still fashionable to some degree, chocolate cufflinks are where it’s at right now. If you don’t own a pair of chocolate cufflinks, then you haven’t been following the latest fashion trends. When your girlfriend asks for chocolate diamond earrings for her birthday, how are you going to know what she’s talking about? Maybe you should consider adding these Chocolate Malt Brown and Silver Silk Knot Cufflinks to your collection? Made from classic silk knots, these cufflinks are not only modern and trendy but they are also incredibly yummy looking! Keeping up with the latest fashion trends is the only way to make sure that you are always dressed to impress. And, as an additional bonus, the next time your girlfriend asks you about chocolate jewelry you’ll know exactly what she’s talking about.