French cuff - definition of French cuff by The Free Dictionary
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A wide cuff for a shirt sleeve that is folded back and fastened with a cufflink.
(Clothing & Fashion) a double cuff formed by a backward fold of the material
a double cuff formed by folding back a wide band at the end of a sleeve, usu. fastened by a cuff link.
References in periodicals archive
In fact, the sophisticated French cuff
originated in the UK and got its name only when the fashion reached America.
com; French cuff
shirt, with knot cufflinks, N Harlem at nharlemnewyork.
You don't have to be constantly pushing up the French cuff
of your tailored shirt to flash your Rolex, you know it's there.
shirt with rhinestone cufflinks, $28, Old Navy.
The French cuff
bracelet was spotted by designer Stella McCartney when the two were out shopping in London's New Bond Street.
Stay away from faux French cuff
shirts with buttons.