Men’s Fashion Tips : How to Fold a Suit Pocket Handkerchief




A suit pocket handkerchief can be worn in both casual and formal settings, and it’s important that the handkerchief be ironed first. Learn about the folding pattern for a pocket handkerchief…

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Men’s Fashion Tips : How to Fold a Suit Pocket Handkerchief

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  1. Yes I am sure The Kennedy's, Rockefeller's, Gate's, Ford's, Vanderbilt's, Buffet's, and the several other Billionaires, the 10's of thousands of multi-Millionaires, and the millions of well educated Americans have no class. I agree with you in that millions of American's don't…but your comment is ignorant. And, yes, money has nothing to do with class, but the above comment still holds truth.

  2. it's disgust indeed. I like to follow my Italian side, what with frequent suit wearing (from the age of 16 and up). always come out well dressed and with a nice gold pocketwatch/chain, have taught myself correct color matches, (an actual) nice pair of sunglasses, and usually stick with the italian style tie. I hate the fat American ones.

    However, all my efforts are put to waste- as I am an American :

  3. I'm sorry, but I cannot recall the last time that I wore a lime green tie, nor do I wear a zenga suit. Though the purpose of a Zenga suit is to outline a slim figure. Besides, I was at your coveted Savile Row and I believe they had suits that one could rather easily mistake for a Zenga suit. (Admittedly, the US does seek out a sleeker look than Britain) Regardless, you have attempted to clump an entire nation under one banner, which is always wrong (I suppose I did that as well…)

  4. I thought the English were deep thinkers… His comment was not about your actual means of delivering the poorly thought out insult to the end of which you thought. But it is rather along the lines of that you choose to insult anonymous faces with no fear of retribution (meaning you are weak). And a letter is essentially the same as a post or comment. As far as your "insult" goes, we have very similar style when it comes to suits. Only a child, who has never bought a suit, wouldn't know that.

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