Pocket squares are timeless and are the perfect way to top off a well-fitted suit or sports jacket!
Does a pocket square help round out your entire tuxedo and help you look your best? We think so, but it doesn’t stop there. If one thing is right about looking your best, it’s that details matter and every pocket square sends a little different message.
From the classic Presidential Fold to the complex Three Stairs Fold, we show you how to pull off pocket squares with elegance.
Horizontal Peak / Presidential Fold
Let’s begin with the pocket square at its classic fold: crispy, spotless, and elegant. In its finished form is a single, horizontal band of silk or linen material parallel to the top of the breast pocket. This fold is best for maximum formality and understated elegance.
One Point Fold
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The one point fold is another classic fold that is easy and popular. Still simple enough to be a business-appropriate or you could even sport it with a casual blazer. Its finished form is a single, symmetrical triangle with a small peak of fabric pointing upward from your pocket.
The Puff Fold
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The puff fold pocket is an impeccable and a stylish fold. Its finished form is soft, organic shape, with a small puff of fabric coming out your suit pocket.
The Cagney Fold
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The pointiest pocket fold is trendy, fancy and is perfect for black tie attire. Its finished form is symmetrical, with the extreme points angled slightly away from each other, giving it a nicely framed look.
The Dunaway Fold
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The pocket folds which looks similar to flower or bursting firecracker. It’s a simple way to make a slightly puffy, fringed shape with the edge of a pocket square.
Now you know your options where details are concerned giving you an edge that will assist you in looking you’re very best.