Tags on Pocket Squares

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  1. fonzie24

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    So I have several pocket squares. Most of them have hand rolled edges and they all have tags on them that say what material they are made of (100% Silk)

    My question to you guys is, do you keep those tags on your squares or do you gently remove them? The reason I ask is because sometimes the tag sticks out of my breast pocket when I'm wearing them and I don't like the look so I am considering removing the tags unless there are reasons against it.

    Let me know your preferences one way or the other and give me your reasoning for it.
     
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    Spoo, your post is reaffirming my initial thought that I should not tamper with the material. Whenever, the tag shows I just simply take the square out, rearrange it and shove it back into my pocket. It's a minor inconvenience but I guess it's better than removing the tag.
     
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    Sorry, that was the perfect lob for those pics.

    Seriously, I leave all those tags on my squares and tuck that side in first.
     
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    I do same as Spoo with PSs. I remove the tag from scarves though.
     

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