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post #76 of 3878
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You can click these links or on the affiliates listed above.

White linen:

https://www.kentwang.com/white.html

More expensive but with greater detail http://store.dynend.com/finestqualit...dkerchief.aspx


White with colored border:

https://www.kentwang.com/pocket-squa...blue-edge.html

http://www.howardyount.com/collectio...and-light-blue

Below is a photo from A Suitable Wardrobe's on line store showing a range of colors in white and pale blue with colored borders. I think these are especially attractive in the spring and summer months and are very versatile.

post #77 of 3878
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I like how effortless this guy folds and wears his PS. It shows a lot more fabric than I like but you can adjust that to suit your own level of self expression.
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post #78 of 3878
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Another version (by a guy who knows how to button his cuffs )

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post #79 of 3878
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A good video on one way to fold a silk pocket square and have it stay in your pocket.

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post #80 of 3878
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Originally Posted by pocketsquareguy View Post
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Nice! This is one of two ways that I fold them.

- M
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post #81 of 3878
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So many choices......




What are your favorite stores or e-commerce sites for pocket squares? Feel free to add them to this thread.

In addition to the ones listed above, every time I am in NYC I feel a strong, almost magnetic pull into Paul Stuart. They have always had a nice range of colors and materials. http://www.paulstuart.com/category_t...headermenuid=1
post #82 of 3878
Thanks PSG, just purchased a square from Kent. Will probably be buying more as well.
post #83 of 3878
What a great thread this is. This is how a pocket square discussion thread should be.
post #84 of 3878
If you're going to hand out your hankercheifs to women who are in need of them than I suggest they should be both extremely luxurious and embroidered with your monogram.

Use sparingly.
post #85 of 3878
hello all im new to this ps thing and i think its time to give it a try and would like some advise on the following

here is the suit (ignore the tie in this pic)



here is the tie



which of any of the following ps would look alright









thanks in advance ill take any help i can get, if all the ps i posted are wrong please feel free to lead me in the right direction
post #86 of 3878
^^^

2 & 4 have a pattern too similar to the tie,
3 is too similar in colour,
1 is the most interesting combination, IMO (especially in a TV fold, showing the little squares and nice trim).
post #87 of 3878
I prefer the square to be an accent that just alludes to the other stuff going on, but is kind of its own thing. It should have a scale change from any other pattern. Also, I think the amorphous poof or the loose foldover looks better than the stiff TV. I like a little movement. A bit of drama, too. A few examples of nice pocketsquare action:
post #88 of 3878
^ Is that Mariano in the last one?
post #89 of 3878
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post #90 of 3878
Yep. those multi-colored squares are pretty versatile for coordinating with lots of different clothes.
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