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I had some downtime thanks to being stuck in because of this "hurricane", so I finally got around to organizing my pocket squares. Snapped a few pics of the collection as some of you have been asking for some time. Hope you enjoy. Details in the spoiler tag. Stand courtesy of Kent Wang.
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 Wow!

 How much do you think all those cost you?

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Spoo thanks for showing that stand courtesy, will buy one now. 

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My stand doesn't hold a candle to Spoo's, but Kent Wang sells a quality product.
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Spoo: That rug of yours would make for a nice pocket square.

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Spoo: That rug of yours would make for a nice pocket square.

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I'd buy one...

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I like his carpet more... what is that Versace :D?

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Spoo: That rug of yours would make for a nice pocket square.

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I'd buy one...

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Originally Posted by Hampton View Post

I like his carpet more... what is that Versace biggrin.gif?

I don't think that's a carpet...maybe a scarf?It's way out of proportion compared to the pocket square stand sitting on top. The pocket squares themselves look to be the size of flags in the context, but if you zoom out surely it's much too small to be an area rug.
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Originally Posted by HansderHund View Post


I don't think that's a carpet...maybe a scarf?It's way out of proportion compared to the pocket square stand sitting on top. The pocket squares themselves look to be the size of flags in the context, but if you zoom out surely it's much too small to be an area rug.

Maybe you are right. Whatever it is I like it :D

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 Wow!
 How much do you think all those cost you?

Too much. Not enough.

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Originally Posted by Hampton View Post

Spoo thanks for showing that stand courtesy, will buy one now. 

You should, they are awesome.

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Originally Posted by Kent Wang View Post

Spoo: That rug of yours would make for a nice pocket square.

You know, I have one. Its on the back of the rack. True story .
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I like his carpet more... what is that Versace biggrin.gif?

Yes, Atelier Versace, hand knotted. ca. 1996

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Originally Posted by HansderHund View Post

I don't think that's a carpet...maybe a scarf?It's way out of proportion compared to the pocket square stand sitting on top. The pocket squares themselves look to be the size of flags in the context, but if you zoom out surely it's much too small to be an area rug.

Weird angle of the photo. The rug is 6' x 8'.
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Holy shittt Spoo! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

What brands are your pocket squares from? I can hardly find ones with unique patterns like yours. I see paisely, polk-a-dots usually...
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Holy shittt Spoo! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
What brands are your pocket squares from? I can hardly find ones with unique patterns like yours. I see paisely, polk-a-dots usually...

Oh man, theres a little of everything in there. Tom Ford, Brunello Cucinelli, Hermes, Robert Talbott, Versace, Vanda, Turnbull & Asser, Kiton....
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

Yes, Atelier Versace, hand knotted. ca. 1996
 

Hard to get?

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Bought myself one of these. I will probably apply it with an olive green/grey hopsack suit, bottle green knitted tie, green and white thin striped button down shirt and slate coloured shoes and belt. I tend to go for plain patterns in pocket squares, just a little colour variation to break it up a little, but not too much.

 

 

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Hard to get?

Tell me if you ever find one. smile.gif
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Drake's.

 

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