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Instructions for folding pocket squares

Flat Pocket Square

With the parallel fold, also known as flat pocket square fold, a clean and elegant look is achieved. This fold is the point on the I-tuxedo with a black bow tie combination. To be the festive occasion, this is often a lighter shade selected.

  1. Lay the pocket square on a flat and clean surface.
  2. Fold the pocket square in half.
  3. Fold one side up. How much of the pocket square you fold in is depending on how deep your jacket's pocket is.
  4. Tug the folded pocket square into your breast pocket so that about 1/4 of an inch is visible.

Fold a Pocket Square - Flat Pocket Square

One Corner Up

  1. Start out by laying the pocket square on a flat surface.
  2. Fold one corner in so that you get two overlapping triangles.
  3. Fold one side of the triangle in.
  4. Do the same on the opposite side.
    Finally place the pocket square in your jacket's pocket.

Fold a Pocket Square - One Corner Up

Two Corner Up

  1. Place your pocket square on a clean & flat surface.
  2. Fold one side over so that you get two triangles that overlap. I prefer the look of having one tip higher than the other (see illustration above).
  3. Now fold one side in.
  4. Do the same on the opposite side.
    Place your folded pocket square in your breast pocket and you are already done.

Fold a Pocket Square - Two Corner Up

Three Corner Up

  1. Lay your pocket square on a flat surface.
  2. Fold one side in so that you have the look of two triangles - creating two tips.
  3. To create the third tip, fold in one side as shown in picture #3 above.
  4. This step creates the base which will keep the pocket square in place. Fold in the opposite side and make sure to create a strong fold with the palm of your hand.
    Place the folded pocket square into your pocket and you are done.

Fold a Pocket Square - Three Corner Up


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