What’s the difference between french cuff and regular shirt?

what’s the difference between french cuff and regular shirt?

A french cuff shirt has its cuffs separate from each other and are bound together with cufflinks. The french cuff shirt is generally a classier shirt for more formal occasions. A ‘regular’ shirt is usually a barrel cuff – where the cuff is bound with buttons in a barrel shape. Can be for formal use but casual use is just as good.

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2 Responses to “What’s the difference between french cuff and regular shirt?”

  1. Ladys Man says:

    A french cuff shirt has its cuffs separate from each other and are bound together with cufflinks. The french cuff shirt is generally a classier shirt for more formal occasions. A ‘regular’ shirt is usually a barrel cuff – where the cuff is bound with buttons in a barrel shape. Can be for formal use but casual use is just as good.
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  2. Jacky says:

    A french cuff:

    A french cuff shirt is a dress shirt with french cuffs also called double cuffs.
    French cuffs are folded back and are fastened with cufflinks or silk knots.
    In the past most dress shirts were with french cuffs.
    Today, french cuff shirts are considered as fashion shirts, and are often worn with eveningwear.
    French cuff shirt are considered to be more formal than button cuffs.
    Nevertheless, french cuff shirt are not really suitable for some professionnal events as job interview. A button cuff shirt is better, more unobtrusive, for these kind of events.

    Reqular Shirts

    regular shirt have no cuffing its simple, its sleeves have normal bottons
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