Let’s face it, pocket square are nothing new. If you followed my blog, I am a firm believer that a man in a suit with no pocket square is just not totally dressed.
A pocket square is a must. The main reason is that it breaks the consistency of the suit. The little added material changes without question the canvas called the blazer. Without the pocket square you have a pocket that simply begs to be useful.
Having said that, the question is not do you wear a pocket square, but instead how do you wear a pocket square to fit your style?
There are 3 main ways to wear a pocket square: corners out, conners middle and squared.
CORNERS OUT: usually fits the classic edge with an edge. It’s has a rebellious side yet it still whispers ” I am classic “
CORNERS IN: scream “I know I have to have this, but I will do it on my terms”!! Bend them and do it with a personal touch.
SQUARED: pocket square is classic, very clean. This works for a formal look and can still be dressed down. The squared pocket always look great with a solid blazer.
NOW LETS GET DOWN TO THE STYLE PART:
Picking the way to wear the pocket square is no different then picking out a style that works for the individual. The pocket square can be a great indicator when it comes to style, if it fits personality it says volumes…. If it doesn’t fit personality, it screams volumes and can be visually offensive.
MY HEART IS MELTING
Here’s the pages on wiretap preliminary issues. Again, I have no clue why this stuff isn’t usually taught in law school. It being, you know, important and all. Plus being the most extreme example of Fourth Amendment protections — and law professors love taking concepts to the extreme.
speaking of art history
this is Undine by Chauncey Bradley Ives. she’s at the Smithsonian.
and this is her from the back
that is marble, y’all.
carved so thin you can SEE THE LIGHT THROUGH IT.
fucking art, y’all.
the realism of thin fabric folding and draping over a freaking perfectly sculpted body is killing me