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Pocket squares are tricky little things but can really make a man stand out in a crowd. We’ve taken it upon ourselves to run a series of tutorials on how to make up various types of pocket squares!

One-Point Fold

Onepointsuit1 The One-Point fold is exactly what it says it is; a single point of your pocket square will artfully pop out of your top pocket in (hopefully) perfect symmetry.   Onepoint1 1. Lay your pocket square flat with one corner facing up and one corner facing down.   Onepoint2 2. Fold the bottom corner up to meet the top corner.   Onepoint3 3. Fold the left corner to the right.   Onepoint4 4. Repeat and fold the right corner in to the left.   Onepointsuit1 5. Tuck as needed and place your pocket square in your jacket pocket.  

Two-Point Fold

Twopointsuit1 We’re upgrading the One-Point Fold in this, the sixth How To Pocket Square by adding a point to the mix. Here we have the Two-Point Pocket Square for all the straight shooting, suave men out there.   Twopoint1 1. Lay your pocket square flat with one corner facing up and one corner facing down.   Twopoint2

2. Fold the bottom corner up and just to the left of the top corner.

 

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3. Fold the left side in towards the right.

 

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4. Fold the right side in towards the left.

 

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5. Tuck as needed and place your pocket square in your jacket pocket.

 

The Cooper

fourpointdemo4 The Cooper is named after the actor Gary Cooper!   Fourpoint1

1. Lay your pocket square flat with one corner facing up and one corner facing down.

 

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2. Fold the bottom corner up to the top just to the left of the top corner.

 

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3. Fold the left side towards the right, and up to the right of the "middle peak".

 

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4. Fold the right side towards the left, and up to the left of the "second peak".

 

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5. Tuck as needed and place your pocket square in your jacket pocket.

 

The Cagney

Fourpointcrownsuit1 Now it’s time we move onto the slightly more complicated Cagney. It’s a seven-step process, but bear with it because the final results are fantastic.   Fourpointcrown1

1. Lay your pocket square flat with one corner facing up and one corner facing down.

 

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2. Fold the bottom corner up to meet the top corner.

 

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3. Fold the bottom corner up to the top just to the left of the top corner.

 

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4. Fold the left side towards the right, and up to the right of the middle point of the crown.

 

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5. Turn the pocket square around and adjust the points of the crown.

 

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6. Tuck as needed and place your pocket square in your jacket pocket.

 

The Astaire

Doublepointrollsuit1 The Astaire is another tricky (but well-worth it) endeavor, a seven step-process as well.   Doublepointroll1

1. Lay your pocket square flat with the two top corners horizontal.

 

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2. Pinch the middle of the pocket square and pick it up.

 

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3. With one hand firmly holding the pocket square, use your other hand to gently gather it closed.As you pick up the pocket square tuck the sides in as in the diagram.

 

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4. Now gracefully roll the top of the pocket square in the direction of the arrow, and carefully lift the bottom points up.

 

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5. Now extend out the two end points and you are done.

 

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6. Tuck as needed and place your pocket square in your jacket pocket.

   

Pocket squares are tricky little things but can really make a man stand out in a crowd. We’ve taken it upon ourselves to run a series of tutorials on how to make up various types of pocket squares!

One-Point Fold

Onepointsuit1 The One-Point fold is exactly what it says it is; a single point of your pocket square will artfully pop out of your top pocket in (hopefully) perfect symmetry.   Onepoint1 1. Lay your pocket square flat with one corner facing up and one corner facing down.   Onepoint2 2. Fold the bottom corner up to meet the top corner.   Onepoint3 3. Fold the left corner to the right.   Onepoint4 4. Repeat and fold the right corner in to the left.   Onepointsuit1 5. Tuck as needed and place your pocket square in your jacket pocket.  

Two-Point Fold

Twopointsuit1 We’re upgrading the One-Point Fold in this, the sixth How To Pocket Square by adding a point to the mix. Here we have the Two-Point Pocket Square for all the straight shooting, suave men out there.   Twopoint1 1. Lay your pocket square flat with one corner facing up and one corner facing down.   Twopoint2

2. Fold the bottom corner up and just to the left of the top corner.

 

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3. Fold the left side in towards the right.

 

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4. Fold the right side in towards the left.

 

Twopointsuit1

5. Tuck as needed and place your pocket square in your jacket pocket.

 

The Cooper

fourpointdemo4 The Cooper is named after the actor Gary Cooper!   Fourpoint1

1. Lay your pocket square flat with one corner facing up and one corner facing down.

 

Fourpoint2

2. Fold the bottom corner up to the top just to the left of the top corner.

 

Fourpoint3

3. Fold the left side towards the right, and up to the right of the "middle peak".

 

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4. Fold the right side towards the left, and up to the left of the "second peak".

 

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5. Tuck as needed and place your pocket square in your jacket pocket.

 

The Cagney

Fourpointcrownsuit1 Now it’s time we move onto the slightly more complicated Cagney. It’s a seven-step process, but bear with it because the final results are fantastic.   Fourpointcrown1

1. Lay your pocket square flat with one corner facing up and one corner facing down.

 

Fourpointcrown2

2. Fold the bottom corner up to meet the top corner.

 

Fourpointcrown3

3. Fold the bottom corner up to the top just to the left of the top corner.

 

Fourpointcrown4

4. Fold the left side towards the right, and up to the right of the middle point of the crown.

 

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5. Turn the pocket square around and adjust the points of the crown.

 

Fourpointcrownsuit1-2

6. Tuck as needed and place your pocket square in your jacket pocket.

 

The Astaire

Doublepointrollsuit1 The Astaire is another tricky (but well-worth it) endeavor, a seven step-process as well.   Doublepointroll1

1. Lay your pocket square flat with the two top corners horizontal.

 

Doublepointroll2

2. Pinch the middle of the pocket square and pick it up.

 

Doublepointroll3

3. With one hand firmly holding the pocket square, use your other hand to gently gather it closed.As you pick up the pocket square tuck the sides in as in the diagram.

 

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4. Now gracefully roll the top of the pocket square in the direction of the arrow, and carefully lift the bottom points up.

 

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5. Now extend out the two end points and you are done.

 

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6. Tuck as needed and place your pocket square in your jacket pocket.