Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by GusW, Mar 1, 2011.
I know the gold standard is hand rolled edges on pocket squares, but I have seen pocket squares with machined hems being sold around the place.
Eg. See below.
What is the SF community's opinion of this sort of construction? Worth buying?
I say no way. ^ I have one with edges like that, and I always put it back on the rack.
This SC cloth is insanely nice. The shirt and PS are for shit.
Full quote for full awesomeness.
Spoiler: Mr. Buttons
Don't know the purpose of the buttons, but these tickle my "want one" bone.
This is from Tintin's blog, right? I downloaded this picture and put it in my Sartorial Splendor album on Facebook. I know it's not advisable to go against a man who owns enough pocket squares that he needed to order extra clips from Kent Wang, but I disagree with Spoo on the suitability of the PS with this fit.
I know it's not SF-approved, but with the contrast stitching, I think this is a nice variation on the hand-rolled edge
Im going to need more soon. I meant to say the tie and PS are for shit with this SC. the PS by itself is Hermes, and I would wear that shit any day of the week.
Yes, it is a Hermes pocket square
Please...don't let your labels show.
I really like the blue, white and brown combo.....subtle
Then there is this guy again.....
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