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You don’t need a blue suede suit to shake up your everyday style. All it takes is a little daring, and a one-of-a-kind accessory. This pocket square is the perfect way to add a dash of color, with a brilliant orange hue that’s exclusive to Birchbox Man. Just pop it in a navy jacket, and prepare to turn some heads.
I received the Bonobos Cotton Pocket Square (The Lincoln Square - Orange Triple Dot) in my very first Birchbox last month and too be honesty I'm not impressed. I have a few other big ticket items from Bonobos and there quality is great. But, this pocket square feels like a cheap accessory with an overpriced logo on it. After my first wear it started ripping on one of the corners. I'm not going to lie the orange color really pops on a navy suit but the quality and craftsmanship just isn't in this product.
Definitely a standout, but this is beyond a thin material. Poor quality.3
Luxury handkerchief sounds like an oxymoron, so I suppose pocket square avoids the conflict. Soft, not overwhelmingly stylish, but does the job. Would buy something humbler if purchasing retail.3
I'm a guy who wears a lot of suits so it's great to be able to mix it up. Orange is not a color of normally choose so this worked out perfectly.5
This is just a pocket square of unremarkable design or quality. It's a nice shade of orange with polka dots, so it looks nice. But it's the sort of thing that should cost literally $1-$2. Not $42. As in, I actually own many pocket squares or handkerchiefs of equal or better quality that cost $1-$2 each. It's just a square of fabric, and it's not special fabric.2
I have never owned a pocket square until now and I am so stoked to have gotten it!!5
I was looking back at products that I had received in my previous boxes, and I really did not like when I received this. I love the brand and what they are about, but I feel as if this pocket square is extremely cheap and not wearable in any situation. Cannot believe it is priced at $42.1
After receiving this product in my box I had to do a little research to learn exactly what it was and how I should use it. Part of why I'm a Birchbox Man! What it's NOT is a bandana. Don't put it on your head. It's also not a napkin. Wipe your hands on something else. What it IS is a dapper accessory. It's meant to be folded according to your taste or the occasion and gingerly stuffed in your sports coat, blazer, or suit jacket pocket. Fancy! Birchbox has made a couple handy videos guiding you through how to fold it and wear it. Once you've got that down and the square inserted, take a deep breath give it one last pat against your chest, and be prepared for lots of looks, smiles, and double-takes, especially with this orange one because you are now rocking quite the style. The delicate fabric is Indian cotton according to Bonobos' site and is thin enough to be folded and worn properly without increasing your jacket's profile. The stitching on my square is flawless and the design is eye-catching and playful without being ostentatious. And that color! Wear this to a party or reception where suits are required and you'll notice something very interesting; the other guys there are wearing pocket squares because they have to, but you, my friend, are wearing this because how could you not?? Style successfully upgraded.5
I don't really wear pocket squares, but if I did I would probably shy away from this one. The material is a bit on the thin and flimsy side and does not seem too durable.2
Was very- no, extremely dissapointed to find this in my birchbox. Not only do I not wear pocket squares (making this item incredibly pointless), but as far as pocket squares go, this has to be the literal bottom of the barrel. VERY thin material, boring pattern, and to top it all off, it's the most trashy color for something meant to be so fancy. I would rather wear orange polka-dot sandals to a funeral. The item will be donated. I feel bad for any person spending the full price on this product.1