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March 24, 2010

need right now: the wide silver cuff

I have been fixated on the idea of having a really wide silver cuff ever since I tried on Mimi’s (of Brook and Lyn) over brunch in New York.
In matte+shiny silver embossed with a Keith Haring-esque pattern, this pliable extra-wide vintage silver cuff is terribly close to being the perfect wide silver cuff for me, but alas, it belongs to someone else.
She wears it with a navy Issey Miyake Pleats Please coat that I might even consider wearing myself.
I think the wideness of the silver cuff makes it less of a piece of jewelry and more armor-like, and that’s what makes it work for men. I might even try wearing two similar, but not identical, silver cuffs on each wrist for a full-on urban warrior vibe.
(famous bearded fellow from The Sartorialist) He wears it well.
I like how the shape of this Where The Wild Things Are x Opening Ceremony x Pamela Love cuff (talk about a collaboration!) echoes that of a crown; it’s more kingly than warrior-like.
I might just consider.
photos via Brook and Lyn, The Sartorialist, and Opening Ceremony
Do check out the Brook and Lyn boutique, they constantly stock vintage jewelry that I could see working well on both men and women.


  • Mat
    March 24th, 2010 at 7:10 pm

    do it(re: two cuffs at once). i remember the beardy man, a very hansom one too

  • elizar33
    March 24th, 2010 at 10:37 pm

    go ahead and buy the where the wild things are cuff.. love the movie and the book!!!

  • judy ALDRIDGE
    March 28th, 2010 at 7:49 pm

    I think you need a cuff–definitely!

  • Peter
    April 15th, 2010 at 3:26 am

    I got a simple plain silver cuff from ebay a while back for £5 buy it now! I bet there is still something on ebay at that price, I got my inspiration from Thierry Mugler, however.

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