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William Shakespeare was a smart and talented guy. He wrote some of the most famous and memorable plays in the world, and he is revered as a brilliant stage writer. He was also a very stylish type of guy. “To be or not to be” isn’t the right question. “To be or not to be stylish” — that is the question you should be asking yourself every time you look in your closet. The right answer, of course, is to be as stylish as you can be. You don’t want to leave the house looking a hot mess. People will notice! Sometimes, it’s good to get noticed. But just make sure that you are being noticed for the right things.
For example, a fun and stylish pair of cufflinks will always get you noticed in a crowd. If you’re the type of guy that loves an audience, whether you are on stage or not, then heed good ol’ Shakespeare’s advice and pick up a pair of fashionable Theater Cufflinks. We have a few style varieties of Theater Cufflinks to choose from, including these Black and White Theater Mask Cufflinks. The flawless and intricate design puts a fashionable spin on the trademark symbol for stage actors. Whether you frequent the Broadway scene as a theater buff or you are a stage actor yourself, these cufflinks will always remind you to be stylish no matter what part you are playing. They are even perfect for guys who like to “act” as if they’ve got a sense of style!
Who says that the fellas get to have all the fun? Cufflinksman introduces a select line of cufflinks for women that will remind consumers that it is good to be a girl! Adorable and stylish accents in motifs that will register with the female population; ladies cufflinks present the option to accessorize and accent business casual and formal attire, adorning each cuff with a hint of sophistication.
Some of the women’s cufflinks available include the timeless sex-symbol: the black stiletto heel. These Black High Hill Shoe Cufflinks for women are graced with the same convenient wear that the men are accustomed to with torpedo-style closure and handcrafted Silver-plated Rhodium finish. The black liqueur of each tiny shoe glimmers against the high-sheen of the polished silver setting. Tiny sparkling crystals accentuate each heel, exuding glamor and a vintage style to the world.
The Red Glass Shoes Cufflinks are an exemplary pair of unique ladies cufflinks that will add just a touch of ruby red to the cuff, seamlessly accenting apparel for any occasion or event. The torpedo-style backing is securely attached to each silver filigree shoe, with insoles accented in glossy red enamel. These women’s cufflinks are delicate and detailed, perfect for the wearer who is new to accessorizing or who wants to make a fun and sassy impression.
Some ladies cufflinks are also a popular favorite among the men also. Take for instance the vintage-styled Pin Up Girl Cufflinks from Cufflinksman. The silver plated silhouette of the curvacious bombshell will delight and engage, while sparking confidence and swagger in the men and women wearing them. The popular bullet-style back secures during wear, keeping each cufflink intact and in place.
The hottest accessory that we are seeing for Spring is anything in Rose Gold. Yup, that’s right, from Alexander Wang’s hardware to Asics GT-II Rose gold kicks, it is positively THE color of the season.
What do the editors of GQ says about this spring trend? “Mix a little copper into gold and you get its reddish alter ego. Mix a little of that rose gold into your look and you get a sharp, subtle way to break from the precious-metal pack.
As the name implies, rose gold can veer into Dame Judi Dench territory if you’re not careful, so avoid pinker shades and find pieces with an edge—dark-tinted aviators, punked-out chains, and watches with black faces. Shine on if you can spring for the solid-rose-gold Rolex, but remember: If you can’t tell something’s plated, neither can anyone else.”
How can you join in on the fun?
And with all your bling-ed out accessories, why not buy something for the lady too? She’ll adore (we promise) anything from Alexander Wang’s spring collection, completely studded out in rose and brass hardware. It’ll set you back around $1,000 but she’ll be the judge of whether it’s worth it…
And also for your expensive tastes buds to be quenched this season, London based company Tateossian was recently featured in the NY Times. So you’ll be buying “Alexander Wang” quality, if not better, jewelry for a 1/3 of the price. Want a sneak peak of the article? “On a global basis we’re known as a cufflink brand, but in the past year our sales have shifted in a way that we’re selling, now, more bracelets than we are selling cufflinks” online and in Tateossian’s own stores, said Robert Tateossian, the company’s chief executive.“
Spring Showers are coming soon, so be prepared folks. What are some cool ways to accessorize for the rain and light breezes that March and April will bring? First off, rain puddles are reason enough to buy these Hunter Bennie Boots for Men. Averaging at about $150, these super sturdy, fashionable Wellie books are comfortable and can be cleaned with basic Armor All (you know, the stuff for your car?)
Tommy Hilfiger has just the right colors in their Spring 2012 line to brighten up the day. Try their classic baby blue collared shirts with red pants. Yes, we love this look, with all that dismal grey for winter, the time has come for some popping color. It’ll add to the overall solid-dark based ensemble for the spring.
And also for those rainy days, don’t forget your classic trench. This differs from your winter coat because it lacks the heavy winter lining and thick/heavy materials. Think light this spring. Just because there’s a monsoon outside from all the rain doesn’t mean you have to wear yourself down…
And of course don’t forget about your shirt sleeves. Spring’s red carpet rolls out brilliant yellows and textured neutrals. Aymara brings these two concepts together by combining a part of Mother Nature (literally, they are butterfly wings) with Sterling Silver to bring you an exotic spring accessory.
And for the chilly evenings, try a lighter scarf than your normal winter wear–like this Silk Scarf by Daniel Dolce. Warm enough to shield the night breezes, but light enough to keep you cool. Made, of course, from 100% silk from Italy…ahh…
And add an Air creature to your accessory list as well: these Dragon Fly cufflinks are reminiscent of long summer nights, lightening bugs, and backyard pool parties. Bring these will you to any event and to the office this season, while you dream of the dawning of Spring Break..
Get to Know the People in the Company. Know their names, occupations, and contributions to the company. Is the CEO from Montreal? Did your prospective superviser go to Stanford? Did he/she raise the company profit over a period of time or introduce a new company standard? The point is to make it seem like you’ve done your homework on the individuals who have contributed to the company. It will give you a one up over the rest if you know that the woman who is interviewing you likes to go water skiing every summer and secretly enjoys a particular author. Don’t stalk the people, just do some quick online research to see what their backgrounds are like. This will also help you prepare for the interview by getting yourself familiar with the personalities of the company.
Be selective about what you wear. I know, you’ve heard this a million times, but think about the company itself—is it more laid back than formal? Is it high-end or trendy? Does it have to do with fashion or finance? Little touches on your ensemble can make a big difference, be it financial cufflinks or an Oil Derrick Cufflink set. If the company is relaxed and fashion forward make sure you don’t come in wearing a sodden boring brown suit.
Oh you fancy, huh? Show them with a perfect pocket square
Be assertive, friendly, and smile, but not too much. Don’t seem too eager but have ready responses for why you really do want this particular position. Draw on life experiences: if it’s a sales job what’s the highest record you’ve set? Highest profit margin? Why do you like working with the public? Why do you like desk work? Do you have a high concentration level and are detail oriented? Give examples as to how you are this way i.e. SPECIFICS. “I know this may sound off, but I really enjoy crunching numbers and working with figures.” “I can’t seem myself working outside a group setting. My strategy is to use each individual team members’ strength to the projective advantage, thereby increasing the productivity.”
Work on your nerves, don’t drink to much coffee beforehand. Don’t spray too much cologne or perfume. Have your resume on hand. And another resume on hand, just in case. Memorize your resume. You don’t want to be confused if your prospective employer asks you about something on it that you looked or seem surprised about.
Keep your resume on hand with these functional 2gb Black Leaf USB Flash Drive Cufflinks
Have at least one “bad” quality about yourself, but don’t make it too bad. For instance, when/if you’re asked if you have any flaws, answer honestly, but not too honestly. Turn it into a positive. “Because I’m so detailed oriented, I can get particular about certain things, like when lines aren’t straight on documents or when words are misspelled.” “I have a problem when people are disrespectful or uncouth. There’s no reason to be rude, ever.” “I tend to stick up for the underdog.” Or jokingly recite some flaws: “I tend to spend too much on Starbucks coffee.” “My wife says I lack certain table manners, but I think I’m just fine.” Or “I never use my signal when turning. And rarely change my windsheild wipers.” These take the pressure off the interview and bring out your human qualities, which are just as important as your work capacity.