The Reverse Puff is a flamboyant fold that is quite straightforward to master.
It works best where there are contrasting colours in the border design. As this is a fold for a more casual environment, we recommend that you have the peaks a good height above the pocket.
Start by laying out the pocket square flat in front of you, then pinch the centre with your thumb and index figure and lift it up.
Taking your other hand, make a circle with your thumb and forefinger around halfway down the square.
Now twist the pocket square firmly to hold it in place.
Next, turn the pocket square around 180 degrees in your hands.
Now, take the bottom of the square and fold it up towards the peaks.
Finally, place it in your pocket, adjusting the peaks so that they are all visible and approximately the same height.
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