Cufflinks - a bartender's signature style
Whether you work as a bartender for a living or simply fancy yourself a bit of a mixing enthusiast at parties and gatherings, you'll want to make sure you look the part.
Thanks to Boardwalk Empire, Underbelly Razor and the recent Woody Allen release Midnight in Paris, 1920s fashion is making somewhat of a resurgence - and if you're a bartender worth your salt, you'll need to look the part.
Think fedora-style hats, skinny ties and slick cufflinks to add a classic edge to your outfit - and if you're feeling bold, a pair of braces to pull the whole look together.
If you are looking for the perfect gift for the bartender in your life - regardless of whether they are recreational or professional - custom cufflinks could be the perfect option.
You might want to choose unique cufflinks with a quirky feel or unusual shape if you're buying a gift for a friend - but if you are rewarding your favourite bartender for a job well done, you might want to opt for cufflinks that feature the colour or logo of their place of employment.
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