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Hermes

 

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I think the top two are especially nice. I find faded brick red or paprika colored pocket squares a nice way to add color to a navy blazer and far more interesting than basic red (which looks so 80's IMO)

The dots are also fun. All three will look good with casual jackets in warm weather.

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Three new linen squares for the summer.
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Hermes pockets squares have stunning colors and amazing silk. I own several. The problem I have with them is that the silk is so heavy that no matter how I fold them, they are bulky. They often distort the shape of my pocket so I rarely wear them. I don't buy them anymore.

But, they are beautiful enough to frame.smile.gif
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Hermes pockets squares have stunning colors and amazing silk. I own several. The problem I have with them is that the silk is so heavy that no matter how I fold them, they are bulky. They often distort the shape of my pocket so I rarely wear them. I don't buy them anymore.
But, they are beautiful enough to frame.smile.gif

Really good to know in future. I don't own any Hermes ps but they sure do look nice. If I bought some in future is to make the wardrobe look nicer if so :)

 

I'm happy with TF pocket squares but now looking for something new. Thinking about buying a Rubinacci ps.

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Hermes pockets squares have stunning colors and amazing silk. I own several. The problem I have with them is that the silk is so heavy that no matter how I fold them, they are bulky. They often distort the shape of my pocket so I rarely wear them. I don't buy them anymore.
But, they are beautiful enough to frame.smile.gif
what do you have available for sale?
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what do you have available for sale?

They aren't for sale. The Hermes pocket squares that I own have special sentimental value. And, from time to time I do wear them, but not often. I am actually thinking of framing one of them.
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Someone just linked Kent Wang's artful PS project from few months back on the KW thread. The pictures were wonderful, hopefully the project hasn't frozen up. Kent, if you're reading this, do keep us posted.
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I like a nice puff for a pocket square. I ran across this one today of the tailor Patrick Johnson.


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Someone just linked Kent Wang's artful PS project from few months back on the KW thread. The pictures were wonderful, hopefully the project hasn't frozen up. Kent, if you're reading this, do keep us posted.

 

 

The new silk pocket squares have just arrived, except for the Elijah Burritt star chart, which will be available in a month or two.

 

Lindisfarne GospelsNotre Dame rose windowStar chart CellariusThe Great WaveUnicorn tapestry

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Any pics of them stuffed in a pocket? They're 12x12, right?
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I ordered the third, fourth, and fifth squares illustrated above this morning, and have already received notification of them shipping. Mr Wang does not mess about. I greatly look forward to receiving them.
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I ordered the third, fourth, and fifth squares illustrated above this morning, and have already received notification of them shipping. Mr Wang does not mess about. I greatly look forward to receiving them.

You did good. I'm thinking about the same one, looks awesome!

 

Tell me what you think of it when it arrives :)

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Rubinacci and Hermes.



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Great Hermes ps, what is the pattern called?
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Great Hermes ps, what is the pattern called?

Peuple du vent. 2009.
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