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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.
This Jack Robie pocket square is very well made and has an excellent texture to it. I'll be wearing this to add some subtle class to my usual wardrobe.5
I own a few pocket squares, but this one has better quality fabric and construction. I also like that it is made in the USA.5
This pocket square is perfect... not too flashy but totally adds the right amount of class to any suit. Highly recommended!5
The material is a very soft knit - comparable to a nice shirt, actually - not silky or handkerchiefy. You can tell the pocket square is quality, just like last month's tie. Can't wait to wear tomorrow. New staple in my wardrobe5
Not normally one to consider pocket squares, but the cool texture and easy look of the square is great for trying out a new style!4
I like the color I received (blue). I usually do not use pocket squares but this was a nice addition to this months box.4
I received the sky blue pocket square and it seems like it'll be pretty versatile. I've also received a lilac colored one in the past that has been wonderful with a navy blazer.4
Its OK. nothing special. I dont use them, ever.
but it seems to be pretty good quality. would look good.
Different color, glad it's not flashy. Nice fabric weight and feel, great touch to brighten a casual jacket with jeans or khakis.4
Very nice material, stands out as unique from all of the just silky / satiny pocket squares, but has enough texture to it that it's not just like a piece of broadcloth. Rare that I find an occasion to use this though as I don't normally wear a jacket that a red square would be appropriate for.4