Flowers have always been an inspiration for pocket square folds. As part of our 50 pocket square folds series, we have seen folds such as the simple rose fold, the double rose, the pistil flower, and many more. More often than not it is the pocket square that replaces the boutonniere and/or lapel flower for formal dress codes. Here are instructions on one of my favorite floral inspired folds, the rolled rose:
Rolled Rose Fold Step-by-Step:
Lay the pocket square down flat.
Now told it into a triangle.
Roll up from the long side of the triangle but leave about 2 inches of the top.
Now start rolling from one of the sides.
Roll up but leave about 2 inches of one side.
Take this left over piece and tug it into one of the wrappings. This secures the roll.
Pull down the upper portion to create the two leaves of the rose. There should be two pieces that are pulled down next to the actual rose blossom.
Turn the pocket square around.
Place into your breast pocket and style to your liking.