They say trends often come full circle, well, few people probably know that the paisley was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries and dates even further back. The teardrop shape was initially seen in Persian items such as Kashmir shawls and later heavily used by the welsh in a textile town, named Paisley, where it picked up its English name. It remains a traditional touch to suits and other garments. This pocket square is a classic rendition of the paisley with its intricate patterns and smooth flowing shapes. In woven polyester, it is a perfect addition to solid color outfits.
It is a great match to the Mr White Paisley lapel pins in silver and gold.