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The Distinction Between Pocket Squares and Boutonnières

When it comes to dressing for special occasions, it’s the details that can truly set your style apart. Two of these elegant accessories that often make an appearance are the pocket square and the boutonnière.


But what exactly are they, and how do you choose between them?



The Pocket Square:


• A petite arrangement of flowers that pokes out from the external breast pocket of a grooms suit or tuxedo jacket.

• Not all suits have open breast pockets, especially in more contemporary styles. Something to consider when deciding.



The Boutonnière:


• A boutonnière is a small floral decoration, typically a single flower or bud, worn on the lapel of a suit jacket.

• For suits without functional breast pockets, the boutonnière becomes the preferred choice for adding a touch of flair.


We'd love to hear which option fits your weddings vibe and dream with you, let's chat!




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