New York Fashion Week Street Style, Just the Details: Artfully Unfolded Pocket Squares

Whether haphazardly tucked in on the way out the door or carefully art-directed for an effortless look, the men we spotted on the streets during Spring 2014 fashion week in New York are wearing their pocket squares any way but neat. And points? Forget about 'em. Forget folding techniques altogether, in fact. Just grab the nearest square (patterns and materials like raw linen, preferred), push it down in your jacket pocket with the uneven ends sticking out, and be on your way.

Photos by Melodie Jeng

Whether haphazardly tucked in on the way out the door or carefully art directed for an effortless look, the men we spotted on the streets during Spring 2014 fashion week in New York are wearing their pocket squares any way but neat. And points? Forget about 'em. Forget folding techniques altogether, in fact. Just grab the nearest square (patterns and materials like raw linen, preferred), push it down in your jacket pocket, and be on your way.

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Two slightly neater folds:

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—Melodie Jeng is a New York City-based photographer. Follow her blog The NYC Streets.

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