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  Paisley & Argyle. They're ragdolls, a little over a year old, brother and sister. Paisley is the grey girl and Argyle is the black boy.
Don't worry about the wrinkles—I don't.   But if you really care, you could hang them with the pocket square hanging clips available from my site.       If that still doesn't work, you can iron them gently, low temperature, iron the reverse side. You could use a cloth to protect the square, but I don't find it necessary.
I've never had that problem myself, and have not had any other customers mention it. It can happen to any jacket from any maker, and as stated it occurs on even name brand fabrics like Gladson. Maybe try using one of those sweater shavers?
Satin is a weave. Our satin squares are silk.
 The navy ancient madder pocket square may fade into a navy jacket, but the burgundy one is certainly not a problem. I don't believe this. I always wear a pocket square with a jacket.
They're all on the suit page, under the Fabrics section.
  They're here! Seersucker jacket $495, seersucker trousers $175
7086 from Classic 1
New York pop up shop WV and WO are both wool.
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