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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.
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.