Cufflinks to Keep Your Groom Fashionably Fastened
Whether it’s a wedding day present for your groom or a Daddy’s Little Girl gift before he walks you down the aisle, here are a few of our favorite fasteners for your cuff daddy on the big day.
Perfect for the father-of-the-bride or father-of-the-groom, a Pennsylvania artist makes these unique cuff links from storm-damaged fallen tree branches. One hike to gather wood, one pair of goggles, and a few chop saw buzzes later and voila!—each piece is shaped. They’re sanded and sealed with resin, so they’re glassy and smooth. And the message they send is just as beautiful. (Gifted, 2 Dartmouth Street, $42)
Crafted from solid brass with a rhodium-tone finish, the see-through face of Tommy Bahama’s Map & Sand cufflinks reveals a miniature map of Maui. Cute when traveling anywhere—and extremely convenient when lost in Hawaii. To commemorate your own honeymoon tropical destination, just twist off the tops and fill each cufflink up with tiny granules of sand from your trip to [insert your beach here]. (Tommy Bahama, 154 Newbury Street, $88)
Benson & Clegg, of London’s bespoke tailoring fame, offers colorful hand-painted cufflinks that marry history and style. Their Isle of Man’s Five Pence Golf Coin is no different. How appropriate that you get these for your favorite golfer. Get it? Links on a link. (M. Flynn Accessories, 40 Waltham Street, $168)
He’s your king. You’re his queen. It’s a no-brainer. Crafted from sterling silver, these two faces of royalty stand together in BB’s imported Chess Piece Cuff Links. Although, since they’re on different hands, I guess it’s more of a divide and conquer thing. (Brooks Brothers, 75 State Street, $265)
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