If we’re being honest, some colours simply do not go well together. You’re already forming a picture of the colours that don’t mesh in your head.
Technically, the standard rule of thumb is that cufflinks should be chosen according to the colour of your shirt. In other words, they should match. But sometimes, it just really depends on the person.
Luckily, for a lot of formal events, the dress code requires more conservative colours. You know, the whites, greys, blacks, and the various blues. Fortunately, most of the more classic and conservative designs are black or silver or a mixture of both with occasional crystals.
Maybe you’re not wearing the cufflinks, but you’re getting them as a gift for someone. If you’re not too familiar with their personality, to be on the safer side, conservative colours are the way to go because generally speaking; most men have the typical white conservative colour shirts.
In either case, the best classic cufflinks might be the Sliver Classic Groove Cufflinks or the Classic Brushed Silver Black Line Cufflinks. You cannot go wrong with these, and they will still have the same extravagant cufflink effect.
For more vivacious shirts, the youthful yellows, poignant pinks, radiant reds, cufflinks should be chosen to match the liveliness of the individual who is vogue enough to rock the look. There is a wide selection of cufflinks with vibrant colours for the most vibrant of people.