Pictures are starting to roll in of this month’s Gentlemen’s Association pocket squares. Navy blue with a floral theme - perfect for spring.
Incidentally, I’m north of Los Angeles now, where I just went on an epic fabric spending spree with a favorite vintage dealer. I’m coming home with almost a hundred yards of rayon from the 1940s and 50s. Should be a beautiful round coming up.
If you’d like to join the club (or sign up a special someone as a gift), you can get on board here.

Pictures are starting to roll in of this month’s Gentlemen’s Association pocket squares. Navy blue with a floral theme - perfect for spring.

Incidentally, I’m north of Los Angeles now, where I just went on an epic fabric spending spree with a favorite vintage dealer. I’m coming home with almost a hundred yards of rayon from the 1940s and 50s. Should be a beautiful round coming up.

If you’d like to join the club (or sign up a special someone as a gift), you can get on board here.

This month’s Gentlemen’s Association pocket squares are made of vintage Japanese cotton. There are actually a few designs, all in indigo, but this is the most common. You’ve missed the boat on this design (sorry), but if you’d like to get in on the next shipment, join the Association now.
(Thanks to member David K. for the photo!)

This month’s Gentlemen’s Association pocket squares are made of vintage Japanese cotton. There are actually a few designs, all in indigo, but this is the most common. You’ve missed the boat on this design (sorry), but if you’d like to get in on the next shipment, join the Association now.

(Thanks to member David K. for the photo!)

Gentlemen’s Association member David Klueger sent us this unboxing shot of this month’s pocket square. If you haven’t received yours yet, you will soon; they’re rocketing across the world as you read this. If you’d like to get a square in the mail every other month, or if you’d like to order them sent to someone special, you can sign up here.

Gentlemen’s Association member David Klueger sent us this unboxing shot of this month’s pocket square. If you haven’t received yours yet, you will soon; they’re rocketing across the world as you read this. If you’d like to get a square in the mail every other month, or if you’d like to order them sent to someone special, you can sign up here.

Put This On Pocket Squares: Fall/Winter 2013

We’ve just added two dozen beautiful new squares to our shop for fall and winter. There are English silks, vintage wools, Indian cotton and so much more. I think this is the best group of squares we’ve ever released.

View the new collection here… and if you buy two or more pieces from our new collection today, and we’ll give you ten dollars off with the coupon “NEWNEW.”

I’m always grateful to hear from Gentlemen’s Association members. Here’s a shot of our latest square, via Squalor to Baller (a blog worth reading if you don’t already). This fabric I brought over from London in my luggage the last time I was there. I had to buy a roller cart to carry it, but it was worth it.The next round is something I just picked up in San Francisco, an Italian cotton that sincerely feels like silk. Spent a pretty penny on it, but I think you’re worth it ;).

I’m always grateful to hear from Gentlemen’s Association members. Here’s a shot of our latest square, via Squalor to Baller (a blog worth reading if you don’t already). This fabric I brought over from London in my luggage the last time I was there. I had to buy a roller cart to carry it, but it was worth it.

The next round is something I just picked up in San Francisco, an Italian cotton that sincerely feels like silk. Spent a pretty penny on it, but I think you’re worth it ;).

New Square Alert: Rayon!

I spent about six months gathering vintage rayon yardage for the latest round of Put This On Gentlemen’s Association pocket squares. I went to fabric shows, trawled online and bought everything wonderful I could find.
 We ended up with dozens of designs from the 1940s and 50s.

I just posted the first twenty of these designs in our Etsy shop. Some are already all gone, but you can take a look at them all here.

Four New PTO Squares

We used plaid cotton for the last round of Put This On Gentlemen’s Association pocket squares. A few were left over, and I thought members might like to grab an extra colorway, and non-members might like to get in on the action, so I’ve posted them in our Etsy shop. I decided to give them a bargain price, as well - the plaids are $45, and the striped one is $35.

Here’s the latest pocket square for the Put This On Gentlemen’s Association. Italian silk with a vivid blue paisley. Perfect for the transition from winter to spring. This will go out to members next week.
You can sign up for the club and get a hand-made square in your mailbox every other month, too. Just visit our signup page.

Here’s the latest pocket square for the Put This On Gentlemen’s Association. Italian silk with a vivid blue paisley. Perfect for the transition from winter to spring. This will go out to members next week.

You can sign up for the club and get a hand-made square in your mailbox every other month, too. Just visit our signup page.

Sometimes in shopping for the PTO Gentlemen’s Association, we find ourselves with a bit of fabric that’s not quite long enough or has a bit of extra length. I’ve been making these little gems up into squares, and we’re listing one a week or so as (often extremely) limited editions. Above is this week’s: purple wool, with a gorgeous and very subtle floral overprint. A lovely compliment to navy, orange and green. While supplies last.

Sometimes in shopping for the PTO Gentlemen’s Association, we find ourselves with a bit of fabric that’s not quite long enough or has a bit of extra length. I’ve been making these little gems up into squares, and we’re listing one a week or so as (often extremely) limited editions. Above is this week’s: purple wool, with a gorgeous and very subtle floral overprint. A lovely compliment to navy, orange and green. While supplies last.

Wingtip’s blog interviewed me about pocket squares and the Gentlemen’s Association. You can read the results - including where we get our fabrics, why I love pocket squares and how I fold my square - here.