For spring, the Put This On pocket square shop has added half a dozen Japanese cotton pocket squares. The cottons come from old rolls we’ve purchased at flea markets and vintage textile shows, demonstrating a variety of traditional Japanese resistance-dying techniques.
Like all our pocket squares, these are hand-made by a single craftswoman, with hand-rolled and sewn edges for an elegant presentation. No flat machined seams, here.
Each of these, like all our cotton squares, sells for a price more suitable to a mass-produced product: $45. Find them in the Japanese section of our shop, along with over 75 other beautiful designs in fabrics old and new.