Accessories are a key element in personalizing the groom’s wedding attire. A pocket square is a stylish and sophisticated way to add some personality, as well as tying in any wedding colors or motifs. They can be used to clash with, or to complement a tie or shirt. We’ve found 10 pocket squares for your groom get inspired.

1. Matching Shirt and Square

A floral shirt might need a partner-in-crime, so enter the matching pocket square. This works really well in bringing the ensemble together, especially with the contrast of the suit and tie.


2. Polka Dots 

For a polished finishing touch that goes with a tux, a silk pocket square is the way to go. Add some interest to a classic look with a polka dot print.


3. Print Clash 

Throw out the sartorial rulebook with clashing prints. Using blue as the base of the look, work in complementary prints and colors. A white pocket square with blue dots will add a crisp look to the ensemble.

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 4. All Ivory 

An ivory pocket square with a rose boutonniere is a classic addition to a textured gray suit. Playing around with the folding of the pocket square can also create a stylish look.


5. Rustic Casual 

This ensemble was just made for an informal barn wedding. The casual striped pocket square looks great with the chambray shirt.


6. Lace Detail

With lace decor and dresses being a big wedding trend, why not incorporate some subtle lace into the groom’s attire too.


7. Neat and Tidy

To keep things clean, showing just a glimpse of a neatly folded pocket square can offer an alternate look.


8. Paisley and Polka Dot 

Sometimes choosing between prints isn’t as easy as it seems. So there’s no reason why you have to choose. Going for a different print for the bow-tie and pocket square creates a truly unique look. Who would have thought that paisley and polka dots would work so well together!


9. Summer Tones

For a twist on the tri-fold pocket square, go for three summer brights that will work with the flower on the boutonniere.


10. In Full Bloom 

If a fabric pocket square simply won’t cut it, then combine the look of a boutonniere for this stunning idea. Fresh blooms tucked into the pocket will  certainly transform a traditional suit.


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