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Clotheshorse Does Good(will)

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Gentlemen, not only will that spare change sitting in your pocket let you contribute to a good cause, but your pocket square too, at least if you're stuffing a Clotheshorse pocket square in there. Clotheshorse is a River North-based sustainable menswear company that works only with reclaimed and salvaged fabrics to create distinct, hand-made pocket squares. And not only is the company environmentally responsible, but they also donate a portion of all proceeds directly to Goodwill Industries and tiesforhunger, making the Chicago company a socially responsible enterprise that is packing enough style to make any guy look that much sharper. -Tim Schroeder
· Clotheshorse [Official Site]