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I just toss mine in dresser drawers. Works especially well with silk, which do not wrinkle.
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Turn it upside-down and hang it from the ceiling.

You're not married, are you?
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You should get one. Its the best $65 I ever spent. Almost time to get a second one though

We had one like that in the store. But nobody knew the name or where to get it.
Is there official name for this "device", or how do I look it up? And how many does one can hold?

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I visited a men's specialty shop that had a massive glass brandy snifter on a table. It must have been 18" tall and 12 inches wide. The owner would just grab a pocket square, put it into a loose ball and toss it into the glass container. It was a very colorful display. When he selected a shirt and tie, he would just look at the container and reach in a pull out whatever color seemed to work. It was actually fun to watch and it was so much more effortless than folding, hanging, etc.

I actually wanted to go with similar route. I like the idea of PS being displayed in full beauty, instead of just folded in a pile.
Except I was thinking small vintage tin cans in a chest drawer. or maybe small glasses.
However didn't have a chance to realize it yet.
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We had one like that in the store. But nobody knew the name or where to get it. Is there official name for this "device", or how do I look it up? And how many does one can hold?
I sell this pocket square rack for $65. It can hold 100 squares.
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I can go get the parts from Home Depot or Michael's and build one just like that for probably about $20-$30. It's an item to help man keep their man accessory, and it takes a man to build one
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I don't know if they have those clips. They're specially designed to not damage the squares. I can sell you the clips separately, though, if you really want to build the rack yourself. It's certainly a worthwhile goal, as you said, but I, knowing little about such things, think it's harder than you say.
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I don't know if they have those clips. They're specially designed to not damage the squares. I can sell you the clips separately, though, if you really want to build the rack yourself. It's certainly a worthwhile goal, as you said, but I, knowing little about such things, think it's harder than you say.

I doubt that it would make sense via time vs. money to go out and build the damn thing. I mean $65 for petes sake, thats a really good price! Who wants to be cutting metal and all that??
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I don't know if they have those clips. They're specially designed to not damage the squares. I can sell you the clips separately, though, if you really want to build the rack yourself. It's certainly a worthwhile goal, as you said, but I, knowing little about such things, think it's harder than you say.


Well I'm certainly not looking to get one. But it's good to know that those are special clips. I'll take that in consideration when I do build one.

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I doubt that it would make sense via time vs. money to go out and build the damn thing. I mean $65 for petes sake, thats a really good price! Who wants to be cutting metal and all that??

Well, you may very well be right. I have yet fully established myself in terms of career wise, as well as financial, for being a full time college student that is; however, I do enjoy the the satisfaction of piecing together a piece of equipment, that is something money can't buy.

ps: With the right tools in the garage, one can very well put this together in 30-45 minutes. May be longer for your average folks
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With the right tools in the garage, one can very well put this together in 30-45 minutes. May be longer for your average folks

Was kinda thinking that you would make an electric dry cleaner style rack to hold a few hundred
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Giving it a shot in this thread...

would anyone be interested in purchasing these fuchsia linen squares from Simonnot Godard?





I would like to place a special order, but will be stuck with five extras to sell.

The price is $60 and they will ship from A Suitable Wardrobe directly to you. Please send a p.m. if interested. I need confirmation/payment from 5 others before putting the order through ASW.

Thanks!
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Pocketsquareguy - what jacket is this? Is it part of a suit? I really like it.
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Pocketsquareguy - what jacket is this? Is it part of a suit? I really like it.

The jacket is a cotton twill from Borrelli. I like that it is on the heavy side. It was my favorite last spring and summer.
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Was kinda thinking that you would make an electric dry cleaner style rack to hold a few hundred


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