I'd say that would be a fair estimate...
This is a factually accurate description of the position in the legal profession in London, which one might expect to be more traditional. They are very few and far between. No longer UCBD.
Agreed. In fact when I was younger, women were known from time to time to fake a make-up emergency as an excuse to snag the PS of a guy that they were particularly interested in.
some of these pocket squares look like they have already been used for that make up emergency and then haphazardly jammed in the breast pocket!!!
While I can agree with this statement in some circumstances, it's not always the case. If it's not too ostentatious, it's just fine. Compliments everything well.
I don't wear them to job interviews, but just about everywhere else.
I'll say, besides a wedding, I've never seen one. I think ever. And that's only in people that are in the wedding.
Even with Mad Men, I've never seen anyone with a linen square. I may be the only one.
Yeah. Let's keep in mind I'm in AZ. PS means a SC/Suit/Blazer. We're more Scottsdale trends. Saran wrap shirts, contrast stitching, dye-injected buttons, boat shoes.