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Dapper & Deviant Offers Pocket Squares With a Twist

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Photos: Courtesy of Dapper & Deviant

Dapper & Deviant is a new Chicago line that specializes in something indeed very dapper: pocket squares. With a shop on Etsy, the company offers handmade accessories in cotton fabric.

Patterns have a playful twist upon close inspection. There's a chevron chevron composed of repeated silhouettes of a man's figure, and another pattern that uses the shape of women's legs to form X's (this must be where the "deviant" comes in.) Take a look at some of the styles, below.

· Dapper & Deviant [Etsy]