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Gift for Valentine's Day - Drake's London printed wool pocket square

It's no secret that when it comes to accessories - I am a big fan of Drake's London products. My spouse is well aware of this fact so what I got as a Valentine's day present was a new flower print wool-silk-blend pocket square by Drake's. A beautiful piece that is easy to combine with colors dominating my wardrobe - blue, grey and brown. Starting the week with these pics and later today some shots of what I wore for Valentine's Day dinner - featuring the pocket square pictured here.

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DressLikeA - visit to Drake's London

Style, comfort and quality Drake’s opened it’s store @ No.3 Clifford Street in May 2011. Since then it has been one of the places I always go while visiting London. Watching these pieces in pictures is really nothing compared to the feeling you get when handling and trying them on in person and getting a sense of the quality of the workmanship and materials used in them. The store that’s situated in the heart of Mayfair, between Savile Row and Bond Street is itself worth to visit. Before Drake’s opened it’s doors, the building used to be the home of a prestigious art and antiques Gallery, known for its Art Nouveau and Art Deco drawings, paintings, and posters. And as said...

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Drake's London - Clifford Street

Visited earlier on the week at the Drake’s store at Clifford street (London) and once again it got me amazed… Went to see if they still would have had some of those unicorn pocket squares I missed at their websites winter sale. Had no luck… :) New S/S scarves and pocket squares looked awesome as well as all of the ties. My personal favorite was absolutely the flamingo print cotton and silk pocket square. Also got to take a closer look at the new sport jackets (read more about from here) and those looked and felt great in nature. I tried on the blue double-breasted one on size 38, which was pretty good even though it was a bit too long...

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