The wave pocket square fold is a stylish fold that gives an exquisite final flourish to your outfit for the evening. It is not the simplest of folds to create, however, if you follow our guide instructions below, with a little bit of practice (and perhaps a few false starts) it can actually be mastered pretty quickly and is always a good fold to make a sartorial statement.
After laying your pocket square out flat, take one corner and then fold it in half to form a large triangle.
Then taking bottom left-hand corner fold it up so it lays over the top of the top right corner, but just a little lower so it's not directly on top.
Then take the bottom right-hand corner and fold it up towards the top right corner, laying it a little lower than step 2 so that it forms a stepping appearance.
Then picking it up and holding it firmly so everything stays in place, turn it over so the bottom right corner in step 3 is now at the top.
Now take the bottom left-hand corner and fold it up to the top centre and hold in place with your fingers.
Then once again hold it firmly and turn it over and keep a little pressure on it to hold the folds in place.
Then once again take the bottom left-hand corner and fold it up to the top to form a diamond shape.
Now carefully pick up the pocket square and fold the left and right sides of the diamond behind the square and hold it in place. This will help give it some depth to hold it in place in your pocket.
Finally, place the pocket square in your pocket and adjust it to separate the waves from each other. To get that perfect rolling finish, a good tip is to put your index finger just inside each wave and gently follow the fold up and over in a semi-circle a couple of times. Then you can play around with the slope to get the best effect.
Benjamin West, 1738- 1820, The Battle of La Hogue, c. 1778 100% Silk Hand Rolled Designed and Printed in Britain 42cm x 42cm In this painting, West depicts the Battle...
This Navy & Grey Three Striped Wool Tie is handmade in England and made from 100% wool. With the stripes angled in the classic British fashion down from right to left,...
Thomas Cole, 1801–1848, Destruction, about 1833–1836 100% Silk Hand Rolled Designed and Printed in Britain 42cm x 42cm The Course of Empire is a series of five paintings depicting the...
The British Empire Exhibition Commemorative Handkerchief, 1924. © Museum of London 100% Silk Hand-rolled Designed and Printed in Britain 42cm x 42cm This stunning silk pocket square has been reproduced...