Tips on Matching Pocket Squares
Pocket squares will always make a great accessory for any breast pocket. Formal functions, such as black tie events, usually call for a solid white pocket square that is either made from silk, cotton, or pique linen. When matching a pocket square to shirt, suit and tie it is important to choose a color that compliments other secondary colors on the outfit – such as a color found on your tie or within the shirt. Next, consider the pattern! Solid color pocket squares are more formal white patterned pocket squares usually have a more casual look. As a general rule, you want to match patterns that are different in size. For more tips you may also want to read our tutorial on: Matching Suit, Shirt, Ties. Finally, there are different type of folds for pocket squares – some more formal than others. For more information you may want to read our post about How to Fold a Pocket Square.
Pocket Squares are your necktie’s best friend. That’s why most of the pocket silks above are also available as matching neckties as well as bow ties. Want a formal, aka “Black Tie” look? Then we suggest you browse our solid pocket square selection to find a white or light silver pocket hanky to compliment your tux and bow tie ensemble. Want something more fun and bold? Then you will find paisley patterned pocket squares, pocket squares with tartan checks, polka dots, stripes, ribbs, and more in our Pattern pocket square collection above. Pocket squares starting at only $4.95