French cuff


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French cuff

n.
A wide cuff for a shirt sleeve that is folded back and fastened with a cufflink.

French cuff

n
(Clothing & Fashion) a double cuff formed by a backward fold of the material

French′ cuff′


n.
a double cuff formed by folding back a wide band at the end of a sleeve, usu. fastened by a cuff link.
[1915–20]
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In fact, the sophisticated French cuff originated in the UK and got its name only when the fashion reached America.
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The French cuff bracelet was spotted by designer Stella McCartney when the two were out shopping in London's New Bond Street.
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Stay away from faux French cuff shirts with buttons.
French cuff - A turned back cuff held together with cufflinks.