I grew up in Virginia, so I have a bit of a Southern bias. I like the second picture (the top right) Â I also like the bottom picture. Â These two seem to achieve some harmony between shirt, tie, pocket square, and jacket. The blue pocket square in the center picture seems a bit "detached" from the rest of the ensemble, a bit like a saxaphone solo in the middle of a chamber music performance. Â Likewise, the pocket square in the first picture doesn't really seem to go with anything else the guy is wearing. As for seersucker, I like it. Â I don't have a seersucker suit myself, but if I spent more time in a hot climate, I would probably buy one. Â If I lived in Charleston, I'd definitely own one. Â It has something of a regional association, but translates pretty well, I think. Â Last time I saw a man in a seersucker suit was last Summer at the theater. Â A very well dressed man in a light blue seersucker suit, linen pocket square, white shirt, and tie. Â He looked good. Â It was an outdoor venue on an warm Summer evening, and seersucker was a great combination of elegance and comfort. Â I didn't look nearly so good that evening.