Luxury Navy Blue Velvet Pocket Square, Handkerchief
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Often used in more formal settings, it can give you quite a polished finish. However, the main issue is that often your sartorial endeavours are not even visible until others are within touching distance.
Compared to other fabrics, this blend pairs particularly well with all suit fabrics. You can either wear a wool and mohair fabric or a heavier fabric like Tweed or Herringbone. It is therefore very versatile, and a strong addition to a collection.If you have a solid solid-coloured shirt (particularly white or sky blue) and a classic suit colour such as navy, then you are free to experiment with bolder colours and patterns with your tie, and you can provide strong contrast should you wish. Madder” refers to the plant Rubia Tinctorum, from which natural dyes are extracted for the dyeing process. Alternatively a square that is predominately white with either a coloured edging or light pattern provides a relatively conservative look that will work in all business environments.
We use the finest mulberry silk and the quality of the fabric can be seen in the texture and the level of detail and vibrancy of the finished product. This gives our products the beautiful soft feel that people associate with high-quality silk products while allowing the design to bleed through evenly on both sides. Often a wedding is when all gentlemen like to look their Sunday best. Even for those not normally known for their elegant dress sense, it is one of the few times each year they will be prepared to make a concerted effort.In comparison, below are some images that are more flamboyant in either their colour contrast or fold. With the more flamboyant styles the square naturally draws the eye and makes more of a style statement.
Today, madder silk is still produced in small quantities by artisans and textile enthusiasts, who value its rich colour and cultural significance. While the natural madder root produced primarily red dyes, the modern dyeing process for madder can produce a wide array of rich, saturated hues. Most of these colours are on the darker end of the spectrum; for example colours like mustard, forest green, burnt orange, deep blue and violet, and of course, gold, navy and burgundy. In fact, that's one of the reason's we started Rampley & Co. We felt that there was a dearth of truly unique and interesting men's accessories so we partnered with some of the world's leading galleries to try and create striking accessories which you can be seen in our online store.