• Follow Us

It’s your first date, and you don’t want to resemble a jewelled crown by going overboard with cufflinks and shiny buttons. Or, it’s your big day, and you want everything to be understandably perfect, including how you look! Well, we understand it. It’s one thing to finalise a men’s suit for your wedding, but it’s another thing altogether to debate over what’s right and what’s not so right with the accessories for a wedding suit that would go along with it. 

This is why it is all the more important to go bespoke with expert suit makers like us here at Bentex, where we will not only guide you in terms of suits, from the first day you walk into our showroom to the day you walk down the aisle, but also with the accessories. And one of the most important accessories that a man has up his sleeve is: cufflinks. 

Now, we know that people don’t pay much attention to checking whether the tie goes well with cufflinks. They just stop at matching it with the suit, and at most with the pocket square. But it is equally important for you to give thought to the harmony between the tie and the cufflinks as well, which contributes to the elegance of your overall ensemble.

When it comes to cufflinks, it’s not just about the colour anymore, but also about the shape, size, finish, and material. 

Complement, Don’t Match

It must sound counterintuitive, but you’ll understand when you read along. When it comes to the men’s cufflinks and ties, it’s important to strike a fine balance. If you are planning to wear a statement tie, then the cufflinks shouldn’t draw much attention to themselves. They should be kept subtle and simple. Vice versa is also true. If your tie is plain and simple, then you can go the extra mile with cufflinks and take them up a notch. The aim here is to complement.

Choose Gold or Silver, Not Both

If you’re going with gold cufflinks, then stick to them. The same goes with silver. It’s not at all a good idea to mix and match gold and silver. 

Pro tip: If your jacket buttons are cool toned, then you can go with silver cufflinks. Similarly, if your jacket buttons are warm toned, then gold cufflinks would suit you better.

Watch Your Tone

If your tie print has warm tones, then you can go ahead with cufflinks of warm toned materials such as gold or even rose gold. Other excellent choices are brass and copper. Likewise, if your tie pattern has predominantly cool tones, then it’s a good idea to go with black metal or silver.

Shape It Up

The two shapes that go well with men’s wedding suits and even for other themes like black tie events are rectangle and circle. These are the most classic and of course the safest bets out there.

Be Unique

Though you don’t have much room for experiments when it comes to a tie for your wedding, you definitely can pull a few tricks when it comes to cufflinks! You can try out diamonds, engraved pieces, or some custom made ones just for your wedding. 

Visit us at Bentex at Castle Hill or CBD to get the best for your bespoke men’s wedding suit and men’s wedding accessories.

It’s your first date, and you don’t want to resemble a jeweled crown by going overboard with cufflinks and shiny buttons. Or, it’s your big day, and you want everything to be understandably perfect, including how you look! Well, we understand it. It’s one thing to finalise a men’s suit for your wedding, but it’s another thing altogether to debate over what’s right and what’s not so right with the accessories for a wedding suit that would go along with it. 

This is why it is all the more important to go bespoke with expert suit makers like us here at Bentex, where we will not only guide you in terms of suits, from the first day you walk into our showroom to the day you walk down the aisle, but also with the accessories. And one of the most important accessories that a man has up his sleeve is: cufflinks. 

Now, we know that people don’t pay much attention to checking whether the tie goes well with cufflinks. They just stop at matching it with the suit, and at most with the pocket square. But it is equally important for you to give a thought to the harmony between the tie and the cufflinks as well, which contributes to the elegance of your overall ensemble.

When it comes to cufflinks, it’s not just about the colour anymore, but also about the shape, size, finish, and material. 

Complement, Don’t Match

It must sound counterintuitive, but you’ll understand when you read along. When it comes to the men’s cufflinks and ties, it’s important to strike a fine balance. If you are planning to wear a statement tie, then the cufflinks shouldn’t draw much attention to themselves. They should be kept subtle and simple. Vice versa is also true. If your tie is plain and simple, then you can go the extra mile with cufflinks and take them up a notch. The aim here is to complement.

Choose Gold or Silver, Not Both

If you’re going with gold cufflinks, then stick to them. Same goes with silver. It’s not at all a good idea to mix and match gold and silver. 

Pro tip: If your jacket buttons are cool toned, then you can go with silver cufflinks. Similarly, if your jacket buttons are warm toned, then gold cufflinks would suit you better.

Watch Your Tone

If your tie print has warm tones, then you can go ahead with cufflinks of warm toned materials such as gold or even rose gold. Other excellent choices are brass and copper. Likewise, if your tie pattern has predominantly cool tones, then it’s a good idea to go with black metal or silver.

Shape It Up

The two shapes that go well with men’s wedding suits and even for other themes like black tie events are rectangle and circle. These are the most classic and of course the safest bets out there.

Be Unique

Though you don’t have much room for experiments when it comes to a tie for your wedding, you definitely can pull a few tricks when it comes to cufflinks! You can try out diamonds, engraved pieces, or some custom made ones just for your wedding. 

Visit us at Bentex at Castle Hill or CBD to get the best for your bespoke men’s wedding suit and men’s wedding accessories.

!-- Start Google Review popup -->

Bentex Suits

Bentex Suits - Wedding Suits for Men
image

See All Reviews

Google Rating

image