Pocket squares are trending upwards once again
You may have noticed that some suit-clad men are still partial to decorative cloths in their jacket breast pocket. This age-old accessory is called a pocket square. By its basic definition, a pocket square is a square piece of fabric that is folded up in different ways and placed into your outside jacket pocket. Similar to a handkerchief in appearance, pocket squares are mainly decorative and used as a means of helping one stand out in a room full of others well dressed. Think of it as a subtle way of adding personality to your formal attire; an attractive way of saying you indeed care about the details.
But how do you style a pocket square? How do you fold it and properly wear it? How do you keep it from slipping down towards the bottom of your breast pocket? You ask a lot of questions. The answer to all of the above is a pocket square holder, of course. It's the easiest method of keeping your pocket square (whether you're a long-time wearer or just experimenting with styles) looking like a million dollars all day and night.
When you venture into the world of pocket squares, you might discover that you have no idea what you are doing
Houseables' double-pocket square holder is a discreet and effective way of ensuring your pocket square stays in place without the need of constant readjustments or expert folding. We have two options for you to choose from: leather and felt. Both are slim, both are black in appearance, and both universally fit inside all standard sized jacket breast pockets (measuring 3.5" x 4.5").