✓ It is shorter than other cuffs and suits people with short arms as it lends the illusion of longer ones.
✓ A barrel cuff can have 1 or 2 buttons, curved ends or a triangular shape that is formed when the buttons are fastened.
✓ Also known as a double cuff, this one requires the fabric to be folded over, which is how the variant gets its name.
✓ It comes with holes that help fasten both layers of the cuff with the help of cufflinks and is broader than the barrel cuff.
✓ The most formal cuff of them all, its long length makes it perfect for wearing under a suit jacket, with just a little peeking through.
✓ Additionally, the French cuff can have squared, rounded or angled corners that form a triangular, arrow-head shape when fastened.
✓ Like the French cuff, the fabric is doubled over, but instead of cufflinks, you can fasten it with 2 or 3 buttons depending on the length of the cuff.
✓ The cuff is designed in such a manner that you can appreciate the fold whilst catching a glimpse of the buttons.
✓ Interestingly, the cuff was first sported by Sean Connery in Bond film, Dr. No, which is why it is fondly called the Bond cuff.
✓ Although it might seem slightly vintage, the style is seeing a comeback.