I think it looks better points in--both less contrived, and less distracting. That said, I'm very particular about how poofs are done. Nay's poof is good, like what I choose for myself, while Gdl's tend to have too many vertical folds--like a fist coming out of his pocket.
Gdl, 1 and 6 are the best in my judgment, with the caveat that I think you really need to change-up the square. Do you generally tend toward small, neat patterns? The small scale tends to be all over your outfits, particularly in your ties and squares. I would go larger on one or the other, and vary the motifs between them more, too.
I particularly don't like nine. Brown tie and brown square?