Leon et Equus
- Product reference: R002402
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When it comes to sartorial elegance and excellence, Great Britain is a very good place to start. This small island, although no longer the rulers of the waves they once were, still know the importance of dressing as though they are on top of the world, and doing so with a knowing wink which blends the past with the present. This beautifully illustrated pocket square features the heraldic symbol of the lion and the unicorn, fighting over the British crown, on a colorful, typically extravagant background of contrasting colors and decadent patterning. Not only is this the crest of the United Kingdom, but it is also a fantastical, fascinating design in itself: the lion, symbol of England, represents pride, strength, rulership. The Unicorn is the emblem of Scotland, and stands for purity, power, inventiveness and imagination. This high quality silk pocket square is ideal for those who look to times gone by for their concept of sophistication, and who pair an old-world sense of style with a decidedly post-modern, avant-garde approach to high street fashion.
There is something truly exciting about blending a classical, vintage design with a color palette which is very much of the modern day. This stylish pocket square, with its orange, green and wine-red background, achieves that blend and balance with great panache, resulting in a look which is as dynamic as it is elegant. This high quality pocket square would look most striking when paired with a grey suit and white shirt combination, finished off with a French blue or orange tie.
We strive to ensure that every product we carry is defect free. All our pocket squares are proudly made in Italy from the finest fabric and hand-rolled to perfection. If for any reason you are not happy with your order or in case you just happened to change your mind you can return your order for a refund or exchange within thirty (30) days from the delivery date. Returns and exchanges are simple, just contact us to request a return label.