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How Pants Should Fit (via Primer) 
A great article that highlights how suit pants or dress trousers, chinos or corduroys, jeans and shorts should fit. 

How Pants Should Fit (via Primer

A great article that highlights how suit pants or dress trousers, chinos or corduroys, jeans and shorts should fit. 

How A Shirt Should Fit (via Primer)

How A Shirt Should Fit (via Primer)

How To Fold A Pocket Square: The Inverse Cloud

1. Take a handkerchief by its middle so that the angles would dangle.

2. Grab the fabric by the other hand in the middle between the centre and the angles and form something like a cloud.

3. Tuck up the ends inside.

4. Place the handkerchief into the pocket laced with the angles outside.

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How To Fold A Pocket Square: The One Corner Fold

1. Lay your pocket square on a flat surface, with one corner facing up and one corner facing down so it looks like you have a baseball diamond in front of you.

2. Bring the bottom point to the top point so that you create a triangle.

3. Bring the left corner of the triangle to the right corner, and the right corner to the left corner. You should end up with a long rectangle with a point at the top. It looks sort of like a fence slat.

4. Fold the bottom towards the top and place it in your suit. Adjust until you get the desired amount of point coming out of the pocket.

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How to fold a pocket square: The Straight Fold

1. Lay your pocket square flat.

2. Bring the left side to right side.

3. Bring the bottom towards the top, but don’t fold it all the way.

4. Fold the fabric in thirds horizontally so that it will fit your suit pocket.

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How to fold a pocket square: Four Angles

1. Match the upper and lower angles (if you want three angles) or displace the upper angle concerning the lower one (if you want four angles).

2. Turn down the left angle so that it would appear to the right of two other angles.

3. Turn down the right angle so that it would appear to the left of two other angles.

4. Tuck down the lower part of the handkerchief.

5. Place the handkerchief into the pocket with the angles outside.

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