Tips on how to combine and wear a pocket square part 3

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Tips on how to combine and wear a pocket square part 3

A good pocket square will always make you look polished and complete and if you want to want to show the edges of your square, make sure it has hand rolled edges because it is a true hallmark of a gentleman who knows how to dress elegantly. Avoid machine stitched pocket squares because they are not elegant.

Tips on how to combine a pocket square with an outfit, number 6:

It is very important to never match your pocket square to your tie because it shows that you really do not have any sense of style or elegance and that you lack the confidence to put together a well coordinating harmonious outfit. There are a lot of sets that you can buy but I suggest you stay away from that, and rather invest in a pocket square that you can combine in different ways. If a matching pocket square is all you have, I suggest not to wear one at all. Maybe go with a boutonniere instead because it just looks tacky otherwise.

Tips on how to combine a pocket square with an outfit, number 7:

The first pocket square you should invest in is a plain solid linen pocket square. You can also get a pocket square with a color contrast edges. The advantage is you can either wear them with the color or you just fold them so you can not see the color. That way you can get two pocket squares in one. The white linen pocket square is a gentleman’s wardrobe staple because it works with any kind of white shirt, you can wear it with a tuxedo. You can wear it to an interview, to a wedding or to a funeral. It is a formal look and it goes with everything.

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