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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.
The four square that I received in my sample box seemed really cheap and poorly made. It may have been a sample to give an idea of size and print, but if the quality is the same, then I would advise not purchasing it.3
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.
Soft multi-purpose handkerchief or pocket square for your summer suit jacket or favorite denim. This tone of orange seems to be more versatile than one would think.4
I'm in suits all the time. I wear silk or satin pocket squares from the tiebar. These are sometimes only $16 and are of way better quality then this at the price being asked. I wish I would've used my points.
Very very very thin quality. It's like a regular hanky you get 10 in the pack from Amazon at $11. It just happens to be orange with a brand-name.
I would not purchase this if you are looking for a certain kind a quality that goes with a suit and tie. If you just want to have something in your back pocket of your jeans, then buy this or the 10 pack from Amazon.
This came in my first box, and I have never used it in the last few months. To send as the first box was not great as it is too light for anything really but the summer months, and the color is too odd for consistent use or fall/ winter.2
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