Just picked up the latest Esquire Big Black Book - Fall 2009 Edition. In response to the current economic downturn, the editors are calling for a new, more serious, sober type of dressing. As part of this they say that pocket squares should be removed and barrel cuff shirts are the way to go. They also advocate for the return of the white shirt (which I didn't realize ever went away), striped and ancient madder ties, simple watches and gray suits. So, will you be giving up your pocket squares and cufflinks until the next economic boom? I'm curious what everyone thinks.