Turnbull & Asser know a thing or two about pocket squares
Here at Country Life we like to think we know a gent when we see them (if you’re not sure about your personal status, we refer you to our much-loved Are you a Gentleman quiz).
We also like our gents well dressed. Usual form aside – no lilac socks; no pink socks; many ruby shades of trousers are completely acceptable – there is still an enormous difference between dapper and disappointing. There are, of course, a few brands in London upon whom you can always rely to provide the appropriate robes for any occastion.
Turnbull & Asser on Jermyn Street hold a Royal Warrant for their shirtmaking, and they also stock everything from cufflinks and underwear to great ties.
In addition to all this, they just happen to have a fantastic collection of pocket squares – that one piece of the wardrobe where men can indulge in a little bit of flamboyance, while still looking the part.
This video, below, offers some intriguing history into the development of the pocket square as we use it today: