Welcome to the ARMREVOLUTION.
Vowing to take a ‘stand for innovation in men’s accessories’ this incredibly unique initiative was established to introduce ‘radical change in men’s luxury accessories, focusing on cufflink design’.
Basically, I surmise the idea is you buy a particular product which carries a specific engraved identification number, which, once registered grants you membership to exclusive gatherings. Frankly, it all seems a little ambiguous, what exactly are these mystery ‘gatherings’ and most importantly[well, personally anyway] are you provided with freebies at these aloof affairs? I certainly should hope so as…
I certainly wouldn’t refuse a pair of any of these..
Perfectly structured, minimalist and so very forward. Cufflinks like these have endless combination possibilities-they can be teamed with practically any shirt but a nicely starched white dress-shirt would be, I reckon, the optimum match.
Don’t forget your patent brogues to provide that sleek sheen so as to highlight that metallicity.
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really interestin !!
welllll.. i’m not exactly an expert of cuff links nor do i have much history with them, but they seem nice and err.. structural..<3
I like these, DCB. They’re nicely nuts-and-boltsy industrial, but I’m worried about the identification numbers. I think it’s a covert government plot to identify fashion subversives and track their movements.Resist, DCB! There IS no free lunch!
^^ Suzanna Mars I <3 you. That's exactly what it is!
I can’t believe how hard it is to find a decently priced shirt with cufflink holes. In fact, the only two that I have were bought on sale from some budget label.
Intriguing indeed. Clever marketing methinks. A perfect christmas gift for a stylish man who supposedly has everything. I personally don’t wear cufflinks yet but if i was to wear a pair they would be something along the lines of these industrial cufflinks. I would be reluctant to frequent these ‘gatherings’!
I third the interesting comment