We all struggle with a lack of confidence from time to time. Even those people who appear to be endlessly confident are not really – and if anything, that outward display of bravado often covers up a distinct lack of self-belief, rather than being a display of it in abundance. But if you are feeling as though you would like to improve your confidence levels, then there are actually many ways of doing so. In this article, we are going to look at some of the things you can do in order to improve your confidence levels, in a way which will actually make a big difference in your life on the whole. Let’s take a look at what those things are now, so that you have some idea of what you can start to do should you want to improve your confidence levels sometime soon.
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The CEO and founder of SquareBoss, David Arrick gives The Guy Corner Pocket Square 101 so you can look dapper during the holiday season.
Q: What is the best way to wear a pocket square without a tie?
A: Well, the sartorial rule is “No tie, wear a square”. So, without a tie, the pocket square adds color, pattern and a bit of
Q: What is the best way to wear a pocket square from dressy to casual?
A: A square can be worn with a sports jacket and jeans – have fun with color and pattern to really differentiate and stand out. If you are wearing a complete suit, then be mindful of your shirt color, pattern, suit pattern, suit color – make sure that the pocket square doesn’t match your tie, and that there isn’t too much in terms of pattern consistency with the shirt, tie and square.
Q: Should your pocket square match your shirt and tie or just complement them?
A: Never. It should complement them. You’d be surprised how a bit of stripe, or color, or floral on your square can complement a tie and/or a suit. Blue can pair with a purple square. Grey can pair with a red square. Be bold.
Q: How you feel about mixing and matching different patterns of pocket squares, shirts and ties?
A: We love the idea of mixing and matching. Just be very careful of more than two patterns being too similar. 3 patterns are over the top, and looks clownish.
Q: What is the best way to clean your pocket square and make sure it is not wrinkled?
A: They can be ironed on low heat to get the folds out. Also, your dry cleaner can do a great job on them.
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