The brand’s called Michael James Milton. The squares are handmade in San Francisco from an assortment of quality fabrics (most of which are from Japan). They come in a wide range of patterns (solids too). And the prices range from $15 – $39 per. I really love his array of patterns. Inspiring!
I know, I know....I hate to reference The Sartorialist twice in one week but I just couldn't resist!!! Oh my! Oh my! The grooming and styling of this man is just perfection! Black pocket square, knit tie with tie bar, lapel pin, hair and beard trimmed and neat.....oh dear, I do love a man who knows how to dress but especially, accessorize.
I love looking through The Sartorialist archive photos. Scott Schuman has such a brilliant talent of capturing authentic street style and at the same time snapping the shot at a most authentic and natural moment. I particularly love these shots for the dapper men and their pocket square style. What do you think about The Sartorialist? Would love to hear from you!