Traditionalists argue that menswear is a game of inches—that the smallest details can make or break a man's look. While we may not be tried and true trads, we definitely subscribe to the less-is-more theory. Like when it comes to pocket squares. Yes, you should sport one. No, you don't need fancy origami pleats.
For guys that like things crisp and simple, or fans of Mad Men.
Fold a pressed handkerchief into quarters.
Fold the resulting square into thirds.
Bring the bottom edge three-quarters of the way up.
Tuck in, unfolded side out and an inch of fabric visible.
For those who consider themselves flashy by old school standards, or aspire to be Sartorialist subjects.
Gather the fabric in the center.
Flip upside down and fold in half lengthwise.
Stuff into pocket and adjust for desired peaks.