How to correctly fold and wear a Pocket Square
With the recent wonderful upsurge in Gentlemen?s attire, classic accessories such as?Pocket Squares?are making a comeback. No more is the breast pocket of a man?s suit a place to hang a pair of sunnies or stuff some business cards.
We?re delighted! We at Manly Stuff always try to look our best, and are happiest when making you, our readers, look your best.
The following is a quick guide to three of the most popular pocket square folds ? you really don?t need any more.
Pocket Square Guidelines
Don?t leave your suit bare! A suit without a?pocket square?isn?t a suit at all. It?s a shell. An empty, sad, lonely shell.
You don?t want that do you? No, we didn?t think so. Read on my man.
The addition of?pocket square?adds some panache to a good suit, you need to be careful mind, it?s easy to mess up.
Colour co-ordinating your pocket square
A?pocket square?can be patterned or solid. If you?re wearing a crisp white shirt, a crisp white pocket square will do the job 99% of the time, especially in a business environment.
A white pocket square can go with any colour tie.
The general guideline is that the pocket square colour should complement some colour on your tie. If your tie has some red, a rock solid red pocket square will look great.
Try to avoid matching colours or patterns exactly; it?ll look like you?re trying too hard. We don?t want that.?This Men’s Luxury Silk Pocket Square is sourced from Italian Designs. The Silk Pocket Square is of the highest quality and represents a classic paisley design. Any man would do well to add a silk pocket square like this to his collection. Pocket Squares can be folded in a variety of ways and there is a style for every occassion. Pocket Squares are perfect for formal or less formal events as they can complment a neck tie or be the centrepiece of an outfit for more casual evenings. Every man should have at least one pocket square in his wardrobe.