Have a piece of art and mythology in your pocket. The Kullervo rides to war pocket square is inspired by Finnish art, handmade in Italy and features hand rolled edges. The beautiful colors and lightweight wool-silk fabric makes it an appropriate choice to wear for different occasions.
The Kullervo rides to war pocket square
A piece of an epic story into your pocket. This pocket square is easy to fold in different ways and will keep its shape in your pocket through the day. The vivid and beautiful colors combine perfectly with the soft wool-silk fabric.
The picture illustrates Kullervo, a warrior heading to the war to take revenge on his uncle Untamo. The wintry landscape beautifully showcases the Finnish nature and northern lights behind Kullervo and his horse. This pocket square featuring the Finnish winter and the blue and white colors is our tribute for Finland and the 100th year of our independence.
The Kullervo rides to war is a painting completed by Akseli Gallen-Kallela in 1901. The painting is inspired not only by Kalevala, the Finnish national epic compiled by Elias Lönnrot in the 19th century but also by the Kullervo mythology. The original mural painting hangs on the wall of the Old Student House in Helsinki.
How to wear the Kullervo rides to war pocket square:
The key to the DLA pocket squares is their versatility. And the ways you can wear this pocket square are various. You can wear it as a classic tv-fold to showcase the blue and white borders with the hand rolled edges. Or you can wear it with multiple puff folds. The pocket square works from wintry business occasions to easy and casual summer Sundays. Wear it for example with the navy blue suit, white shirt, floral patterned silk tie and brown double monks.
And you can always use it as an decorative art piece on your wall.