If a suit and tie are part of your regular work suit, then you will probably be bored looking the same every day. Wanting to add a more exclusive look, you’ve probably added a pair of brown shoes, a brown belt, and French cuff shirts that go with your twin set. If you’re still looking for extra accessories that are elegant and a great way to add your own style to your set, then consider wearing a pocket cage. Knowing how to use a silk pocket will be easy as soon as you read this article. Not only does it have many different colors, patterns, and square pocket styles to choose from, but there are also many different ways to fold a handkerchief.
Find the right pocket
When choosing a silk pocket, think about the look you’re looking for. By “look” we mean how formally you want your outfit to look. The most formal are simple pocket squares made of glossy silk in black and white. Dark blue solids and burgundy red scarves are a little less formal. Less formal, but still very elegant, they are pocket square with lots of colors and designs. A pocket square with a paisley print in burgundy red, green and navy blue is smaller, it will give elegance and sophistication without looking too formal.
How to combine your pocket square
First, you should use only a silk pocket in combination with a tie or bow tie. Wearing without a neck will look out of place. Then find the color and pattern that matches the rest of your outfit. The easiest way to do this is to choose unique pocket squares from the same fabric, that is, color and pattern, and then a tie or bow tie. For a pocket square fan, this can be a little boring and somewhat simple. A true connoisseur of fashion will wear a handkerchief, which has its own unique color and pattern, but nevertheless goes well with the rest of his clothes.
How to fold a pocket square
It is important to choose the fold of your pocket to the style of pocket square you will use. A more formal handkerchief, such as classic solid white, should be combined with a more formal type of fold, such as a square flat pocket fold, or also called the “presidential fold”. Simply lay the handkerchief on a clean and even surface. Then fold it in half to create a rectangular shape. Then fold – on each side so that the square of the pocket matches the width of your chest pocket – and that’s it!