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How to fold a pocket square

The Astaire

Besides bestowing showtunes on the world - for better or for worse, Mr. Fred Astaire was also a fashion pioneer. To pull off a cool undercover look, try this classic pocket square fold.

Folding guide: The Astaire

The Cagney

Named after legendary movie star and Broadway performer James Francis Cagney, this easy fold is basically the four- point fold in reverse. In four simple steps you’ll be ready for your stage debut (aka grand entrance at the hottest new venue).

Folding guide: The Cagney

The Cooper

With actor Gary Cooper as a namesake. The Cooper is a straightforward fold. Similar to the ‘puff’, you just fold it over before placing it inside your suit pocket.

Folding guide: The Cooper

The One-Point Fold

This smart-looking fold is easy and simply-stated, perfect for any social function.

Folding guide: The One-Point Fold

The Two-Point Fold

This fold is deceptively tricky to fold because it’s off center

Folding guide: The Two-Point Fold

Three- or Four-Point Fold

Folding guide: The Astaire

The Puff

This is probably the easiest and one of the most popular ways to waear a pocket square.

Folding guide: The Puff

* Another way of doing the Puff is to follow the same steps as above, except insert the square with the hanging points upwards.

Another way of doing the Puff

The Winged Puff

This smart-looking fold is easy and simply-stated, perfect for any social function.

Folding guide: The Winged Puff

The Straight Shell

This smart-looking fold is easy and simply-stated, perfect for any social function.

Folding guide: The Straight Shell

The Diagonal Shell

Following the same steps as with the Straight Shell except turn the nine-inch square diagonally before making your pleat.

Folding guide: The Diagonal Shell

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