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Exclusive: Read's Clothing Project Offers Stylish Cuffs—Shirt Not Included

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From rolled denim hems to contrast-color shirt cuffs, stylists, designers, and fashionable males have been playing with the ends of legs and sleeves for a few seasons now. Perhaps the trend reaches its logical conclusion with the latest product from Read's Clothing Project: bracelets made out of—you guessed it—cut-off shirt cuffs. Hitching a ride on another emerging masculine trend—colorful wristwear—these cloth accessories are playful and preppy and feature eye-catching patterns. Plus, when you order a pair (made available today), you're not just purchasing an accessory: Read's has a policy of donating a book to education initiatives in Africa for every item it sells, so when you snap up a bracelet, you're also helping people in need. Hey, we know you like these scrappy cuffs—you already have dozens of them in your closet. They just happen to still be attached to your button-downs.

Cloth bracelets by Read's Clothing Project, $22 at www.readsclothingproject.com

By Adam Janofsky

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