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I love colorful pocket squares, especially in the spring and summer.....



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I am the Vice President and I wear a white pocket square folded with points. I approve of this post.

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^ As do I
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I love colorful pocket squares, especially in the spring and summer.....


+1 big fan (obvi lol)

And I find myself especially going towards puff with points in summer too. Maybe because most of my "fun" PS's have tipped edges and a floral or paisley center.
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I like wearing PS but it seems to be a dying art.
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I am really really loving this thread. It was probably asked before, but I'm trying to be a frugal college student so is there any places to get cheap, quality pocket squares?
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I am really really loving this thread.

It was probably asked before, but I'm trying to be a frugal college student so is there any places to get cheap, quality pocket squares?

Do college students wear pocket squares? I've heard its "old school". I personally think they look nice and elegant.
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Do college students wear pocket squares? I've heard its "old school". I personally think they look nice and elegant.

I don't remember seeing one kid wear a pocket square at my school but I really like them from the photos I've seen and want to incorporate them into my outfits.

I think they're elegant and add a nice final touch to the outfit.
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I am new to PS. I wear a suit everyday but have never owned a PS.

I'm looking for an economical way to get into PS to make sure it's for me.

ebay has a bunch of Vera Bradleys for under $7. Would I be a complete idiot to start there to see if I like them?

I do like this one in particular (along with others...)

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...=STRK:MEWAX:IT

Other ideas would be appreciated. I am bidding on some Robert Talbotts and will pick up a few if i can get them under $20 or so.

Thanks,
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Go buy a few from Kent Wang, or Howard Yount. Very nice squares, very nice prices. Buy one hand rolled white linen, and one or two silk patterns that work with your most common shirt/suit combinations.

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I am new to PS. I wear a suit everyday but have never owned a PS.

I'm looking for an economical way to get into PS to make sure it's for me.

ebay has a bunch of Vera Bradleys for under $7. Would I be a complete idiot to start there to see if I like them?

I do like this one in particular (along with others...)

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...=STRK:MEWAX:IT

Other ideas would be appreciated. I am bidding on some Robert Talbotts and will pick up a few if i can get them under $20 or so.

Thanks,
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I am really really loving this thread.

It was probably asked before, but I'm trying to be a frugal college student so is there any places to get cheap, quality pocket squares?

C21 has tons of them for less than $10 (many @ 7.99)
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I love colorful pocket squares, especially in the spring and summer.....
I as well.
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