Create a free account to check out faster, store multiple shipping addresses, view and track your orders in your account, and much more.
Please enter your password to continue.
The true window to a man’s soul lies in his front pocket—so don’t let yours look empty. With a navy blue base and stylish white details, this accessory adds some tropical flair to your curated ensemble. Consider it the low-key cousin of your dad’s Hawaiian shirt.
Nice and soft, a good color of blue with a pleasing pattern. Nothing nit to like here.4
It has a cool idea and concept to it and has that vintage appeal. Not worth the cost of the full price though. I am glad it was an included sample.3
Slick design - muted and easy to pair with many jackets. I dig the print. It never fails to elicit compliments!5
I have never used a pocket square before this. However, this was delivered on the same day I was going to a cigar/whiskey bar with friends, and it was the perfect addition to my jacket and was a great "something extra"!5
It is a nice pocket square. I really like the design but the square itself is very thin. Makes it feel flimsy. Will see in time how well the square holds up3
A nice basic pocket square for more formal occasions. I haven't found much use for it yet, but it does add that extra element to make you stand out. This square is very thin which is great because you don't feel like you have a towel in your pocket.3
So, i don't often wear suits or blazers so I don't need a pocket square. The design is awesome though, definitely great for a pop of color. Yes, it's thin, but, um, it's just for flair. Be glad it's not thick and bulky!! Who would want a regular handkerchief bulging out of their pocket?3
LOVED this pocket square. Its a fun addition to my blazers and suits. It adds a subtle pop. Great add Birchbox!5
Has a nice feel to it and cool design to it but I have no use for one.3
...I guess this is where you turn. Personally, I'm a fan of the classic, but were I the sort to wear suits in more casual settings I could see myself heading in this direction. It's certainly less formal than the old silk standby, and adds a bit of an edge to an otherwise stuffy ensemble. The price is a big detraction, but if that's your tax bracket I say go for it.4