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The well-fitted jacket, the slim and crisp shirt, polished leather shoes—you’ve got the sartorial standards down pat. Now you’re ready to graduate to advanced techniques. Enter: the pocket square. A longtime accessory of the seriously stylish, a quality pocket square adds just the right amount of panache to casual and formal ensembles alike.
I currently would not have the use for this in work wear or even everyday wear. Little outdated for it uses.1
it is a nice pocket square, I would love it, if I had any use for a pocket square.1
This may have been a good item for someone with a different style than my boyfriend's. But for him, it is just going to waste and collecting dust. Maybe we will re-gift it to someone...1
if flying this flag is your thing cool... but pinkish pocket squares are not going to do much positive for the average straight guys wardrobe.
Got this as a part of my monthly subsription and find this a very irrelevant product. Im sure others who use these may like it but for me this really wasnt a fitting to my profile2
I personally would never wear this. But it would be nice for someone that has to dress up everyday or wants to impress someone.2
the color, the fabric...all pretty blah. The most interesting thing about it is the tag.2
I'm not much of a handkerchief kinda guy, I'll be the first to admit. That taken into consideration, I won't ever pay $35 - $35 for a swatch of cloth to put in my pocket.2
I'm not normally one for pocket squares, though I do love putting a nice suit on. I like the high quality of the textile and the slightly rough color pattern. For me, the value lies less in utility and more in the confidence boost. Wearing a high-quality pocket square just makes me feel a bit classier and more put together. Price is a bit high but I suppose you get what you pay for.3
I live in Arizona and frankly, we don't wear suits very often, so its very unlikely that I'll ever need or use this in the manner it was intended3