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Nothing is actually exclusively made for anyone.

What about prints which say Drake's on them? Making for anyone else would be counterfeiting, no?
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What about prints which say Drake's on them? Making for anyone else would be counterfeiting, no?

 

I feel we are falling into a mafoofan trap. However, I'm just gonna sit back and enjoy the ride.

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I try to limit myself to one foo.gif - contradicting post per threak. I don't always succeed, but then there you go...
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Nothing is actually exclusively made for anyone.

When I showed this to my wife, she cried a little bit. She'll get over it. Thank you, Foo.
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^lol how cute.
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Going for something like this today

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Pocket square noob. Pocket square colour/patterns suggestions required/appreciated. Sister's wedding in the South of France in a week's time. Here's what I'm wearing (so far):

Suit: grey (not light, not dark, in between)
Shirt: light blue (blue themed wedding so making the effort)
Tie: burgundy/wine (two-tone diagonally shaded stripes, hard to explain fully but it looks well with the above).

Pocket square: ?

(Shoes: black)

 

I know pocket square rule number 1 is to never match the PS to the tie colour exactly but instead to try to complement a colour in the tie. Colour co-ordination is not my forte & this I need to do by trial and error in a few shops but any suggestions/PS image uploads welcome.

Finally, would a white pocket square with the above colours equal too many colours?? Any help appreciated. Running short time-wise on buying this last piece of the puzzle.

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A white linen pocket square never looks out of place with a suit.
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Thread Starter 
Perhaps the world's best collector of pocket squares?


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Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by EzeDoesIt View Post

Pocket square noob. Pocket square colour/patterns suggestions required/appreciated. Sister's wedding in the South of France in a week's time. Here's what I'm wearing (so far):


Suit: grey (not light, not dark, in between)

Shirt: light blue (blue themed wedding so making the effort)

Tie: burgundy/wine (two-tone diagonally shaded stripes, hard to explain fully but it looks well with the above).
Pocket square: ?
(Shoes: black)

I know pocket square rule number 1 is to never match the PS to the tie colour exactly but instead to try to complement a colour in the tie. Colour co-ordination is not my forte & this I need to do by trial and error in a few shops but any suggestions/PS image uploads welcome.
Finally, would a white pocket square with the above colours equal too many colours?? Any help appreciated. Running short time-wise on buying this last piece of the puzzle.

If you want to try something besides solid white and you are in or near a major city you might be able to find a fine woven cotton pocket square in light blue with a slight pattern in white such as this. It would look good against grey.
The type of cotton square I'm talking about should be especially fine cotton. You will know it when you see it. This brand is excellent. http://www.simonnot-godard.com/4en.aspx?sr=8


I recommend the 2nd or 3rd from the bottom (or, of course white)


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If in doubt, go with the lighter shade of blue cotton. The light blue and white should look festive, summery and contrast very well against the Burgundy/wine colors of a tie.

Have fun!
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Pocket circle, I believe

 

 

The pocket circles are still being tinkered with. 

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Rubinacci
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Thread Starter 
Those colors remind me of an orchid. Very nice Spoo.
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I like it, Spoo.
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Rubinacci

 



I'm a little disoriented here.  Spoo, your pics usually have a good orientation, full front with some context (shirt, tie, jacket). 

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