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This is what happened to me the other day. I had my sleeves rolled up. After reaching office I realized it was one of those shirts with cufflink holes...
Easy fix, all you need is a U-clip! (or a 'paper clip' depending on where you live)
Fold the sleeve just as you would if you were to wear an actual cufflink.
Insert the clip through one side of the sleeve.
Bring both ends close and secure the other side the same way. Done! Go ahead and show it off!
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