Posted by menstyleqa on Apr 8, 2012 in Jackets & Coats, Jewelery & Accessories | 4 comments
I see you wearing pocket squares in a lot of your videos. Why would I wear one, and when is it appropriate?
Any time you wear a jacket!
No, really — any time you’re wearing a traditional men’s jacket, whether it’s a blazer, sports jacket, or suit jacket, slip a pocket square in that breast pocket.
More colorful squares in looser, unpressed folds look best in casual outfits, while more formal outfits are good places for a crisply-pressed white square in either a peak (one or more triangular corner sticking up) or straight (one horizontal edge sticking up) fold.
A stylish outfit that includes a jacket just isn’t really complete if it doesn’t also include a pocket square. And you can get them for very low prices from menswear stores and even from online crafters on sites like Etsy.com, so there’s no real reason not to build a good collection!
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A video on why you always want a pocket square for you, from our Real Men Real Style YouTube channel:
Anytime the venue and event calls for it.
You can also refer to these articles for more information on When to wear Pocket Squares:
Hope this helps!
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