Hello Everyone,
There are some real treasures in the form of men’s fashion accessories out there like silk ties, cufflinks, watches, belts and brooches, but you have to look hard and dig deep to find them and shuffle through all of them. We all know that Ties and Cufflinks Rock! Think about it, what else can a man wear like a piece of jewelry that’s both functional and ornamental? Cufflinks might be traditionally associated with men’s semi-formal evening wear (the tuxedo ensemble), but the versatile ones can fill a surprising range of wardrobe roles. Also, Ties are considered to be worn only for formal occasions, but few gentlemen out there are still pairings these fabulous accessories in their daily wear outfits and also for occasions like Weddings.
But first you have to know how to wear them and understand the various cufflink and tie types/materials/styles so you don’t buy junk, as there are so many brands available in the market manufacturing these accessories with almost same style and fabric.
Cufflinks are tools for fastening shirt cuffs closed. They’re an alternative to the buttons that are commonly sewn onto shirt cuffs. The defining feature is that cufflinks are separate objects: sew it onto the shirt and it’s a button, but if it’s fully removable it’s a cufflink. Just like buttons, cufflinks come in many shapes, sizes, styles, and materials. They usually offer a little more contrast than a button, and are considered a more ornamental option, but they’re not inherently more or less formal. 
So as long as you’ve got a long-sleeved shirt with the requisite holes in the cuff, you can work cufflinks into just about any outfit.
And for the ties, its not just about how you tie or how to keep it clean or take a good care of it, Rather it should be about the selection of the right tie,  and the one you have chosen thoroughly matches your attire, style, goals and attitude. Nowadays, there is a wide variety of ties on the market, different in widths, colors, patterns and fabrics, which helps in making the right selection. It goes without saying that a right tie completes men’s outfit and can literally work wonders.
Thus, this important piece of your costume should not be just to complement your suit, dress shirt and the rest, but a tool to capitalize on and maximize the benefits of the latter.
So, today i’ll be sharing few ties and cufflinks designs to enhance your look.



Wide Printed Tie By Zara



Price : Rs. 1790


Geometric Print Tie By Louis Philippe 


Price : Rs. 2299


Semi-Plain Wide Tie By Zara



Price : Rs. 1790


Blue Tie By Park Avenue



Price : Rs. 1120


Solid Tie By Louis Philippe 


Price : Rs. 1699


Silk Tie By Zara



Price : Rs. 1790


Self Design Tie By Louis Philippe 


Price : Rs. 1699


And for those who prefer to wear bow ties instead of simple ties, i have spotted few really nice bow ties,


Basic Plain Knotted Bow Tie By Zara



Price : Rs. 890


Floral Jacquard Bow Tie By Zara



Price : Rs. 1490


Two-Tone Structured Weave Bow Tie By Zara



Price : Rs. 1490




Blue Cufflinks By Alvaro Castagnino



Price : Rs. 799


Black Cufflinks By The Bro Code



Price : Rs. 1299


Aqua Blue Cufflinks By Park Avenue



Price : Rs. 1050


Purple Cufflinks By Alvaro Castagnino



Price : Rs. 799


Silver Cufflinks By The Bro Code


Price : Rs. 1499


Golden Cufflink By Lino Perros



Price : Rs. 777


In conclusion there are no hard and fast rules. Wear cufflinks and ties when you want to wear them. The only limits are your collection of suitable shirts and, of course, your budget.
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