Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by lpwb32, Aug 19, 2007.
does anyone ever wear a pocket square with a dress shirt when a suit or jacket isn't needed?
I've certainly never heard of that. Most people who would wear a pocket square to begin with probably don't have pockets on their shirts.
It's not a style worn by white-collar workers, though I've seen it done by blue-collar guys with regular handkerchiefs in their work shirts. Based on pictures I've seen, it was also popular among the mod/suede/skin head groups back in the day.
probibly not a good look
If a tie is needed then a jacket is needed in which case, put in the jacket pocket. Or if you're wearing a sweater with a shirt and tie (also acceptable) you won't see the shirt pocket, assuming it's a shirt with a pocket.
Don't do it.
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