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How To Fold A Pocket Square

This sim­plest, most clas­sic fold is the straight fold, but if you’re not sure how to go about it, here’s how to fold a pock­et square into a clas­sic straight fold.

Pock­et squares are great because they add a lit­tle bit of extra flair to your suit or tuxe­do with­out being over the top or too dis­tract­ing. They take your nor­mal tux look from clas­sic to ultra-snap­py and a tra­di­tion­al suit from plain to sophis­ti­cat­ed. If you’re look­ing for a way to class up your wed­ding day look, we high­ly rec­om­mend going with a pock­et square.

Often with a tuxe­do, you’ll stick with a sim­ple, white pock­et square, but with a suit espe­cial­ly, the world is your oys­ter. Tra­di­tion­al­ly, you won’t match your pock­et square to your tie, so any oth­er col­or (or pat­tern) in your wed­ding palette is fair game. Try match­ing to some­thing in your bride’s ensem­ble, if your tie is match­ing the brides­maid­’s dress­es. Or vice ver­sa.

For some ideas on what oth­er pock­et square folds are out there for you to try, view our post on what pop­u­lar folds say about you. And for more on how to style a pock­et square and why they are a key fash­ion choice, view this post.

More “How-to” videos can be found on our blog and YouTube chan­nel.

Not quite to the putting-every­thing-on stage yet? No prob­lem. Keep in mind, Gen­er­a­tion Tux gives grooms the chance to per­fect your look months before the wed­ding and deliv­ers everyone’s out­fit 14 days pri­or to your event. With 21 styles to choose from and thou­sands of acces­so­ry options, you are sure to find the right look for you.

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