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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 is a decent pocket square. Got it as a stocking stuffer for the hubs for Christmas. He liked it by said it would only go well with a casual navy suit. But good quality and great saturation on the fabric itself.4
I ordered the gingham print, and love it. It's a great staple, and the quality is not disapointing. The difference between the Jack Robie and the cheap Marshall's pocket square is clear. It keeps its shape and continually looks great. I would definitely buy others. My only complaint is the price. I know the market for pocket squares is anywhere from $10-50, but I'll never understand how a small piece of fabirc with some stitching can go for so much. I will continue to buy them anyway ;) End rant.4
The Jack Robie pocket squares are made from a nice textured linen fabric. The fabric is fine enough to match with quality suit fabrics, but textured enough to work with casual outfits as well as good suits.
I only wish that Birchbox carried a more extensive color selection. These square are great.
Never thought I would enjoy a pocket square until I received this one. The pop of color really helps complete my look. I always use it now when wearing my sports coat.5
Another item I have never before owned. I love it though. It fits nicely with my neutral blazer and really sets off a pair of dark jeans. Add a little cologne to it and it's smelling great all day and night.4
I got the solid lavender one and it looks good in my jacket pocket. It feels good, the color is not too out there, and it does its job.5
This is one of only two pocket squares I own and is the one I use the most. It goes well with any navy blue jacket, pin stripped or solid. I also found it to look a little more casual that then normal pocket square.4
I got this pocket square in red and, though it provided a nice pop of color, it could have perhaps been made of a slightly stiffer material. I felt the flimsiness of the material made it look a bit less expensive.3
I never had a pocket square but ended up adding to a grey blazer and it made it really pop. Its a bit plain and will add luxury to any plain jacket you already have.3
reasonably priced but great material. versatile enough to wear with many different outfits. would recommend to those looking for a lightweight pocket square.5