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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 got the red one, and I love it. It adds a nice, finishing touch to a blazer. Each time I've worn it, I've gotten at least one compliment.5
This is my first pocket square and I have been currently looking to purchase some. I now know where to purchase my pocket square from. Great look and very fashionable.4
This is a great pocket square, if I wore more suit jackets I would definetly buy more.5
It is a nice pocketsquare but it seems to be more of a causual look with jeans, as opposed to a dressy silk one. I prefer the silk because of the versitility, but i'm old fassion like that3
I never had thought to buy a pocket square, I didn't seem to be that kind of guy. But after I tried this I really liked it. It definitely gives the jacket a nice finished look.5
Not much of a person to wear jackets, but the pocket square is a nice addition to have in case.4
It's nice, but seems impractical and over priced. I don't wear suits often and I don't see another purpose for it. Maybe a handkerchief?3
There aren't too many ways that guys can accessorize, but this pocket square subtly does the trick. Wore it on Valentines day and it looked phenomenal!5
I'm new to pocket squares. This Jack Robie version is nice for a more casual look. I see it being worn with separates - slacks and a blazer. I have the red, and it seems appropriate for spring and summer.3
This is a very high quality square. Good color, very versatile. Definitely recommend it.4