Black has always been the color associated with elegance and class. Whenever formal wear is required, black is the default color of choice. In fact, ultra formal events are usually called a black and white party, or a black tie event, which means to say that the only allowable and acceptable color is black, perhaps along with some black cufflinks. While a pair of gold cufflinks would have been in place, a pair of black cufflinks is far better when it comes to formal events. Any color would have introduced a break from the very formal solid black color and that is why it is better to wear black accessories like a watch with a black strap, or a pair of Black Designer Cufflinks. Sometimes, people like to accentuate the color black by putting on a touch of a strikingly different color. For example, women would want to wear a red belt paired with a pair of red shoes. Others would probably opt for other colors like yellow or orange, or any other color. But when it comes to highlighting and putting emphasis on the color black, no color can do it as well as black itself. There is simply something about black on black, about seeing somebody clad in a complete black attire. They say black is the color that should be used when you want to look thinner, and maybe this is one reason why people wearing balck just looks so dapper, because it actually gives them a more slender physique.