Looking to add some variety to your work wardrobe? Or maybe some budget-friendly gifts for your work friends or wedding party? These men’s cufflinks are both stylish and affordable. It’s not easy finding cheap cufflinks that still look classy, but every item on this list is under $10.
Blue Striped Men’s Cufflinks
These blue striped cufflinks are simple but elegant. And they’re cheap! They are only $3 each with free shipping. Buy Now: $3 via eBay with free shipping (affiliate link)
Round Eyes Cufflinks
With an interesting blue spiral design, these Blue Round Eyes cufflinks will definitely draw some comments from your friends and coworkers. Buy Now: $2 via eBay (affiliate link)
Red Rose Men’s Cufflinks
Stunning and affordable, these Red Rose Men’s Cufflinks pair perfectly with a red pocket square or red tie. Buy Now: $6 + shipping via eBay (affiliate link)
Round Maze Pattern Cufflinks
Black and silver cufflinks with a maze-like pattern. They go perfectly with a black or gray suit or a tuxedo. Buy Now: $5 with free shipping via eBay
Presidential Seal Cufflinks
You can find official Presidential Seal cufflinks online anywhere from $50-$6,000+. But if you’re on a budget, simple knockoffs can be found for about $5. Buy Now: $5 + shipping via eBay
Blue Hourglass Men’s Cufflinks
One of my favorite styles of men’s cufflinks are ones with some form of interactivity or kinetic motion. For example, integrating a compass, thermometer, or kinetic watch into the cufflink design. These beautiful blue hourglass men’s cufflinks fit that category. The blue sand actually moves between the partitions of the hourglass as you move your arms. Buy Now: $2 via eBay
Donut cufflinks? What are they doing on this list of classy but cheap cufflinks? We need at least one oddball, right?. Although a pair of donut cufflinks may not fit everyone’s style, donut gifts are a very popular niche gift category. Besides, these chocolate donut cufflinks with sprinkles look almost good enough to eat. Buy Now: $10 via eBay + shipping (affiliate link)
NERD NOTE: Although cufflinks first started appearing in men’s fashion in the 1600s, they didn’t become popular until the mid-1800s. The industrial revolution made cufflink production easier and as a result, more affordable for the masses.
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Wow….try to come up with just ONE? There are so MANY to choose from.
If I were to pin myself down, it would be a Mother of Pearl, with Fake Diamond chip in the center….oh, gold plated.
What else would you include on this list for under $10?
Donut cufflinks?? You actually include those in a list of “classy” cufflinks? Almost as bad as if you’d included a pair of hour glass cufflinks….oh, wait; you did.
awesome! just got some for my office friends. but the donut cufflinks shouldn’t be on this list.