Robert Talbott Cuff Links

Written by Jeremy Horelick
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Robert Talbott cuff links come in a menu of styles, shapes, and colors that are suited to all types of occasions. Granted, the need for any type of cuff links is, in itself, a nod toward formality. That said, there are varying degrees of formality that are appropriate. After all, dressing for a wedding or bar mitzvah means different protocols from those of an after-work cocktail hour.

Rollerball or canoe cuff links are two examples of more whimsical or laid-back style choices, which may be just what the occasion calls for. Like "cartoon" ties picturing Snoopy, Scooby, or Mickey, "recreational" Robert Talbott cuff links highlight your sense of humor and playfulness. If neither roller hockey nor canoeing appeals to your sense of sport, opt instead for a Wurlitzer or Bullseye set of cuff links, each of which relaxes the reins on formal dress.

More Traditional Robert Talbott Cuff Links

So it's an important board meeting or interview that you've got lined up, and cuff links are assuredly in your future plans. You're not yet sure how your co-directors or your prospective employers feel about trendsetting fashion, so you'd prefer to play it safe and err on the side of conservatism. Robert Talbott cuff links can help you rise to the occasion.

Choose a set of "stonebasket" or "mop onyx" links, both of which are small and relatively unadorned. You may want to try a set of "watch face" cuff links as a backup, or go for a "square-in-square" or "peak" variety, all of which are geometric and emphasize classic lines in their square or rectangular templates. To protect yourself against a case of sticker shock in your nearby Robert Talbott retail store, prepare in advance to spend anywhere from 200 to 600 dollars for these small but crucial accessories.


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