ALL gentlemen should have pocket squares, whether they are solids or patterns. The pocket square is an accessory that gives an outfit personality. There are several ways to wear a pocket square. There is no wrong way to present this accessory, except in a corporate environment. In the boardroom, a clean square fold should not peek past 1/2″ out the breast pocket. Adventurous tucks should be used in less formal settings, with or without a tie. There are typically two type of pocket accessories, handkerchiefs and pocket squares. A handkerchief’s job, which is generally cotton, is to inspire chivalry and a pocket square’s job, typically silk, is to inspire fashion. So gentlemen, keep a handkerchief in your inside pocket and a pocket square in your exterior pocket.