By Tamera Adams
tadams@nationaljeweler.com

Wearing cuff links made from recycled materials shows you have cutting-edge style and concern for the environment—attributes that give an ordinary Joe star power in today's fashion-obsessed, "green"-driven world.


Even if you don't socialize in environmentally conscious circles, a few of the cuff links I found on Great Green Goods have unique design aesthetics that are sure to attract admirers. Here are the ones that caught my eye:


Recycled circuit boards in red with a metal backing.


  Soduku Puzzle Cuff Links made of recycled newspaper with sterling silver trim.


Watch Works Cuff Links made of recycled watch parts set in sterling silver.






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