This series of posts is intended to serve as a crutch for the unimaginative boarding schoolers who have to follow a specific dress code (coat, tie, khakis).
For this edition of The Dress Code Diaries, we’re featuring the newly back-in-style Pocket Squares. As you see above, both Daniel Craig and Yeezy look especially dapper. Pocket squares have been around for the past hundred years worn in suits, but only recently have made a resurgence amongst the well dressed.
A pocket square can instantly add a splash of color or taste to any blazer or sport coat. We at T&V recommend color matching your pocket square to tie or bow tie, or simple working with a traditional Irish linen square. Owning at least one linen and one silk pocket square is recommended, as each material brings a different tone to your attire. Linen is more of a day square, while silk looks excellent in the evening with your Stubbs.
If you don’t already know how to fold a pocket square, Brooks Brothers has a nice guide on different folds.