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Saturated Blue Linen Pocket Square


The pocket square, as we use them today, did not come into the fashion fold until 19th century. However, the use of colorful fabrics can be dated as far back as ancient Greece and Egypt. The wealthiest class of Greeks were known to carry white linen handkerchiefs to keep their personal hygiene in check. However, the western Europeans of the 18th century began embellishing their handkerchief with elaborate designs and crafted with high-end silk. Today, the pocket square remains a stellar addition to any suit or formal wear. Adding a bit of color and style to any suit.

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Saturated Blue Linen Pocket Square

Ultimately, styling cufflinks is an opportunity for self-expression. Choose outfits and combinations that suit your personal taste and reflect your individual style. Don’t be afraid to experiment with different colors, patterns, or textures to create a unique and eye-catching ensemble. Cufflinks can be an excellent choice for formal events such as weddings, black-tie affairs, or business meetings. They provide a pop of color and sophistication to a classic white or light-colored dress shirt.

1. Start with a dress shirt: Choose a shirt specifically designed for cufflinks. Look for shirts with French cuffs or double cuffs, which have extra fabric that is folded back to create a cuff.

2. Fold back the cuffs: Lay the shirt flat on a surface and fold back the cuffs so that the buttonholes on each side align.

3. Insert the cufflinks: Take one cufflink and insert it through both buttonholes on one side of the cuff. The decorative front face of the cufflink should face outward, while the toggle or swivel bar should be pointing inward.

4. Secure the cufflink: Once the cufflink is inserted, flip the toggle or swivel bar to the closed position. This will secure the cufflink in place and keep the cuff closed.

5. Repeat the process: Repeat steps 3 and 4 for the other side of the cuff, ensuring that both cufflinks match and are securely fastened.

6. Adjust and style: After securing both cufflinks, adjust the cuffs so they sit comfortably and evenly on your wrists. You can then slide your jacket over the cuffs or let them be visible, depending on the formality and style of your outfit.