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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.
great knit quality and cool color for my first pocket square4
I liked it. This is a square made of high quality material for a nice price.4
Great quality. The fabric and finish affords a rugged yet refined panache to everyday use. The color (blue) goes with just about everything. A no-brainer to throw in the breast pocket of any and every jacket I own for a little extra punch.5
Received the red wine; it has a nice deep color color and look of chambray. Feels preppy enough to dress down, but cool enough to dress up with an edge.4
Ok, I don't use it as intended. I don't wear a pocket square because I usually wear a polo shirt to work. THat being said, I keep the Jack Robie square I received in my box in my pocket with me. I use it when I go walking during my lunch hour. It absorbs sweat well.4
Never thought i would use a pocket square but it really changes up the jacket.4
this is a very nice, well-crafted pocket square. I can't wait till spring so I can debut this5
I've been looking for a good pocket square. A lot that I have seen are a bit too flimsy (silky material). This square is a nice, thick material. Works as a handkerchief, as well. I am not in the market for another square just let, but now I know where to look for my next one.4
I never leave the house without a handkerchief or pocket square, usually in my back pocket. Love the coloring of Jack Robie Solid Pocket Square!5
Very classic look. I really like the simple, solid, gentlemanly look to it. Goes great with a navy suit and adds that extra something to an ordinary suit5