French cuff

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French cuff (plural French cuffs)

  1. A style of shirt cuff that is folded back on itself and then fastened with a cuff link. Usually considered more formal than a buttoned cuff.
    • 1977-1980, Lou Sullivan, personal diary, quoted in 2019, Ellis Martin, Zach Ozma (editors), We Both Laughed In Pleasure
      He was small, delicate features, pretty eyes, white dress shirt with French cuffs & cufflinks (which makes me crazy!) [] He had a tie stuck in his pocket, too, like he just got out of work.