Mulberry silk pocket squares are not the sort of fashion accessory many men wear often. Pocket squares are usually worn with suits to very formal events, and it's a good plan to learn when you should wear a pocket square.
Be sure to read our article on how to wear a silk pocket square with a suit if you would like to learn how to incorporate pocket squares with your outfit for formal events.
Weddings do not happen often and call for wearing a very formal dress code. No blazer is complete without a pocket square. For this special event, a silk pocket square is especially appropriate.
2. Job Interviews
Depending on the job you are being interview for, such as with a law firm, bank, or major company, you may have already decided to wear a suit and tie to this event. A pocket square adds extra flair to your suits and shows you are taking the job seriously.
This is probably a pretty normal event you have in your everyday life. If you work for a law firm, bank, or major company, or your job requires you to meet customers or wear a suit and tie, you should also be wearing a pocket square.
It is appropriate to wear a pocket square to a funeral, but remember funeral events call for a solemn, sophisticated style. You should aim to be formal and respectful. You may want to wear a black suit with a simple monochrome pocket square (usually white) folded in a simple straight edge.
Basically, any event you would wear a blazer or suit to, you should also wear a pocket square as a compliment to your suit.
Read our article here on how to fold a silk pocket square and get inspired with different ways of wearing pocket squares.
Wear Art in Your Pocket
Nathon Kong creates silk fashion accessories with a purpose. Each fashion accessory is made of 100% mulberry silk, the finest material in the world, and incorporates the artwork of an artist with a mental health trouble. 10% of the profits made from the sale of these art pieces are donated to Les Impatients, a nonprofit organization that offers therapeutic art classes to people with a mental health difficulty.
Our customers form an emotional connection to the artworks they wear, expressing the story of an artist's journey to mental health recovery.