Pocket Square #32: Sam Hober
I’ve got a few things wrong, here. The square isn’t straight, the neck on the shirt is a size too large, and the jacket is a bit of a disgrace. However, the colours and textures work pretty well, and I particularly like how the green pocket square has just enough red to connect with the bow tie.
This pocket square is from Sam Hober, a family business based in Thailand. They have a “vertically integrated” business model, and produce beautiful products. This is undoubtedly the nicest pocket square I own: the hand-rolled edges are firm and uniform, the silk has a unique texture and a classy lustre, and the square is exactly the correct size. It’s a manifest pleasure to be able to carry around such a pleasure in my front pocket.