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Wimbledon Cufflink Company Is Now Offering Bespoke Cufflinks

08-09-2019 02:07 PM CET | Fashion, Lifestyle, Trends

Press release from: Wimbledon cufflink company

In the last few years the wearing of cufflinks among gentlemen of fashion has been coming back into force as it has become realised that sloppy dressing at work has led to lax attitudes and a couldn’t-care-less mentality.

The result of that is, inevitably, that productivity and attention to detail has gone out of the window in many companies and been replaced with an attitude of “that’s good enough”.

In fact, “that’s good enough” or “that’s near enough” is simply NOT good enough for consumers who expect and want the best, and companies whose staff can’t be bothered to provide it have realised that things have to change for the better.

That is largely a question of attitude. Going to work in jeans and a T-shirt may seem comfortable, but it shows no respect for the business for which a man works. To be fair, this has been led from the top, but company directors are beginning to realise that it cannot be allowed to continue, and there is a marked turning back to dressing respectably in a suit with a tie, and in many cases a return to the glorious mini art work of yesteryear, the cufflink.

To that end, Wimbledon Cufflink Company is producing cufflinks in gold and silver in a vast range of designs and is now offering bespoke cufflinks as well. That simply means that you can order cufflinks with any sort of design on them that you wish. This opens up a wealth of possibilities, since you can promote any idea you wish on one of these small pieces of artwork. You can have your company logo, your football club badge, Your university emblem, or anything else on your cufflinks.

Of course, Wimbledon cufflinks offers a wide range of designs of its’ own such as dragon cufflinks, griffin cufflinks, lion cufflinks, Scottish Thistle cufflinks, and many more from which to choose. Many men do, indeed, wish to appear patriotic and sport a national symbol on their sleeves, and why ever not?

Christer Ostlund

Suite 98, 95 Wilton Road
Belgravia, London
England SW19 8LZ


Wimbledon Cufflink Company produces many different types and styles of cufflinks including the Three English Lion Cufflinks to represent the UK, as well as cufflinks that depict other nations, in addition to being able to produce bespoke designs.

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