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Hober Printed Thai Silk Pocket Square

OffTheRack

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I ordered this a little while ago, and have been incredibly impressed by the quality of this silk print. Very substantial silk, beautiful print, wonderful edges. Having seen the Drake's prints get some attention on here, I thought there might be some interest in this one too.



 

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Last summer I ordered one of David's ties (purple pin dot) and I was so extremely impressed that I am tossing out all ties and replacing them with David's :/
 

Sam Hober

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Gentlemen,

Thank you for your kind words.

We enjoy the whimsical Thai prints and will be branching out into more conservative Western style Thai prints.

Some new ones:








 

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I just received these Hober madder squares which are phenomenal. I rate the quality of these squares above (and its not really close) my Marinella square.



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I wore this combination yesterday, with a brown heavy wool/angora herringbone sport coat and a white shirt. Pow.
 

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