July 06, 2015
It was Alice and Ed's search for wedding cufflinks that was the founding moment for Alice Made This. While preparing for their own big day, they uncovered a need to develop something fresh in the cufflinks market. Something precise, refined and desirable.
Alice has always had a passion for factories and, when designing her own engagement ring, she was able to make and find a unique aesthetic. A clean, simple aesthetic, formed from primary shapes and monochrome palettes, that continues to run through the full collection of Alice Made This accessories today.
Whether you are searching for unique cufflinks for your own wedding, cufflinks for your groom or gift ideas for groomsmen, Alice Made This can help with that extra detail to finish off your outfit; no matter whatever, wherever and however you are celebrating this wedding season.
An Alice Made This best seller, we recommend the Lucas copper cufflinks from our original Aerospace Collection. Made in England using a process usually reserved for engineering and aerospace parts, these cufflinks will add a sharp, modern and clean look to your outfit. Pair them with traditional morning dress or a Saville Row tailored blue suit.
A chance to a show a little bit more individuality, we'd suggest the Benedict & Orde gold plated cufflinks. Made in Britain by one of the last working military armouries in the world, by Royal Appointment, these cufflinks are the epitome of contemporary decadence. Pair them with a three piece suit, an antique watch and silk pocket square.
Amongst the sun, sand and sea it would only be right to suggest the William ropework cufflinks. Inspired by old marine shipping knots and developed with a rope maker in East Anglia, pair these with a some tailored shorts and a crisp white shirt.
Dress up in style with the George rose gold cufflinks. Made in London’s jewellery capital, Hatton Garden, using a process that dates back thousands of years, these little gems will keep you at the top end of the style stakes. We recommend accessorising with a Marwood bow tie and a pair of Mr Hare Monk straps.