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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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Traditionally, this outfit was paired with a black satin cummerbund and a white pleated tuxedo shirt made with a wing tip collar to be worn with a black bow-tie and double French cuffs for black cufflinks.
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The shirt with so-called "French cuffs" was the reason why cufflinks became an essential on a man's dressing table.
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If you love the French cuffs on a vintage dress, add them to a contemporary shirt for a little vintage flavor without the full-on effect.
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