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There is a preconceived idea that I would like to clear up. Women like to wear cufflinks too. Women love accessories and jewellery so why wouldn't they want to add some bling to their cuffs? Designers focusing on this niche market would probably be pleased with the results they get as so many cufflink styles are designed with the man in mind. Because of this the selection that does exist for women tends to be limited. Here's a list of some beautiful style ideas: 1. Pearls: What are the most classic stones women wear? Diamonds, emeralds, rubies, and pearls? Something like that. Pearls are beautiful and go with everything- as most light coloured things usually do. Pearl cufflinks are a great option for a soft, professional, or elegant look. 2. Diamonds: Nothing says elegance like a sparkling diamond. This might seem a bit OTT (over the top) but the right kind of woman can pull it off. Diamond cufflinks would probably be too much for work, but would be fabulous for a night at the opera or at a fashion event. Imagine wearing sexy tuxedo trousers, black patent leather shoes, a cream silk blouse, and diamond cufflinks… watch out world! 3. Rubies: Rubies are not only one of the most elegant stones but they also have a very vintage look to them, and what could be better than that? Vintage accessories are all the rage these days, so wearing ruby cufflinks set in rusty gold would put you right on point. They would look sensational with a dark velvet jacket, and a vintage bag. 4. Anchors: These are a little bit more novelty, but really so much fun. One of the classiest activities someone can partake in is going aboard a yacht during the summer. Why not embrace the experience with a pair of anchor cufflinks? They would be perfect to wear when out for a fancy dinner or at a party on a boat. 5. Hearts: Little ones, I have not forgotten you! There are few things that little girls enjoy more than playing dress up. Plastic cufflinks are inexpensive and can be so adorable if they are well designed. Hearts, x's and o's, and ponies are just a few examples of cufflink styles that would be ideal for young girls. If it's allowed they could even wear them with their school uniform. Whether you're a woman planning an outfit, a girl creating a style, or a designer trying to fill a need in the market, you've now got five great cufflink ideas for women and girls.
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