The presence of a pocket square in a man's wardrobe is not considered mandatory. But it can be a very interesting accessory that emphasizes elegance and individuality. In addition, for different occasions and costumes, you can choose your own way of folding the pocket square.
Fold the pocket square in the way called "Aster". To do this, grasp the middle of the scarf with two fingers. Its corners should fall freely downward. Pull up any two corners to the level of the middle, then lift the remaining corners and in this position place the scarf in the pocket. Straighten the corners to your liking.
In order to lay the pocket square in the Cooper way, put the fabric over the open fist of your left hand, and with your right hand make a depression in the middle of the shawl. Gather the top third of the fabric with one hand and fold the ends up with your free hand. Place the handkerchief in your pocket and straighten the fabric.
The "Kagny" method requires the location of the scarf on the working surface in a diamond-shaped manner. Fold it in half so that the bottom corner is slightly to the right of the top. Bring the bottom left corner of the resulting triangle to the top, but move it a little lower. Do the same for the lower right corner. Tuck the bottom edge of the fabric to fit the pocket and place the scarf in place.
Fold the pocket square in the Presidential way. To do this, fold the fabric in four so that the hemmed edges are on the top and right. Fold the scarf in half from left to right. Fold the lower part and straighten the fabric of the handkerchief in the pocket.
To fit the One Corner pocket square, fold the pocket square eight times and place it in a diamond pattern on the work surface. In this case, the fold line should be on the right. For a triangular look, align the bottom corners with the top corners. Fold the right and left corners towards the center of the triangle so that they do not overlap. Place the handkerchief in your pocket with the resulting corner facing up.
Fold the scarf in the shape of a flower. To do this, take the scarf by the middle of the fabric so that the ends are at the top. Grab the fabric in the middle and tuck the bottom of the scarf inwards. Place the handkerchief in your pocket with the petals facing up and gently straighten them.