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Handsome Pocket Squares from Maxton Men

Why fit in when you can stand out? A simple little accent like a pocket square is one way to do it. A white pocket square makes a big difference, whether “squared” into your jacket’s breast pocket a la Don Draper, or stuffed into the pocket with the four corners jumping out in a flourish. But if you’re looking for an extra handsome pop of color, Maxton Men has something for you.

Among their exquisitely curated collection of men’s accessories is a nice selection of pocket squares. My personal favorites are included here: red & black gingham, purple & black gingham, orange with sky blue dots and sky blue with white dots. There are also a couple of reversible plaid ones as well as plain white ones, which every man should have.

The price tag for many great-looking pocket squares from big name labels can transcend the ridiculous. These gorgeous babies from Maxton Men will run you a mere $15 each.

Get some.

Camouflage Pigment Print Canvas Pocket Square

[singlepic id=169 w=320 h=320 float=left]On a recent peruse of the choice goods on Hickoree’s Hard Goods website, I stumbled across these great Camouflage Pigment Print Canvas Pocket Squares. A pocket square is my favorite way to add flair to a suit or jacket. In a culture of over-doing it and going over the top, it’s a way for a man to dress up a suit or jacket with a subtle flourish.

The 100% cotton fabric of these originates from Kojima, Japan, and washed once to add softness. This 13″ x 13″ square is made in the USA, right here in New York City, and it’ll run you $39.

There is also a necktie in the exact same pattern for $79. They’d make a nice combo.

Link:
Hickoree’s Hard Goods