Days of the Week Handkerchiefs by Jack Spade

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Growing up, one thing I could always count on was my father having a handkerchief. His habit of carrying one was clearly generational and sadly it’s fallen out of practice with the modern day man. That doesn’t necessarily mean it was a bad idea, as a matter of fact its the opposite. Though there are some handkerchiefs that belong in the garish category, this set from Jack Spade proves that doesn’t mean yours have to. The Days of the week Handkerchiefs are an easy way to equip yourself with an emergency tissue, stain fighter, forlorn woman savior, and wardrobe detail – everyday of the week. A cool detail is the inclusion of embroideries on the 7 handkerchiefs that provide a song title for each day. The “playlist” if you will includes:

  • “Don’t Like Mondays” by Boomtown Rats
  • “Tuesday’s Gone” by Lynyrd Skynyrd
  • “Wednesday Morning, 3 AM” by Simon & Garfunkel
  • “Jersey Thursday” by Donovan
  • “Friday’s Angels” by Generation X
  • “Saturday in the Park” by Chicago
  • “(Easy) Like Sunday Morning” by The Commodores

    In the end, they may not reflect your personal sound or style but it’s certainly creative. Plus they’re bound to start conversations should you pass one over to a lady in need. What happens after that is entirely up to you.

    Cost: $95

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