Posted by Alexandra Spangaro
02. Jul, 2012
|July 30, 2012|
|11:00 am||to||6:00 pm|
Any stylish man would know the important role, no matter how small, a decent pair of cufflinks play in completing the perfect outfit. Said stylish men would then be glad to hear that Lord Coconut is having a cufflink trade in sale.
Some Milk Bar readers may already be familiar with the story behind Lord Coconut, a jewellery store that stocks locally designed jewellery specifically for men.
The trade in is easy; simply bring down any old pair of cufflinks and you’ll receive $50 off any new designer pair valued over $200.
You must choose wisely as there is a limit one per customer with this offer. But with such a wide range of intriguing and intricate designs such as the silver rotating boat propellers by Dan McGill, or David Parker’s brass bullet cufflinks, choosing might just be the hardest part.
WHEN: All of July
WHERE: Lord Coconut, Level 4 Carlow House, Flinders Lane, Melbourne
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