One of the great things about visiting Paul Winston is that you never know what he’s going to break out for show and tell.
The other day Paul pulled out a stack of several dozen deadstock Chipp pocket squares he’d recently found stashed away somewhere. He figures they must be 30 years old, give or take a decade. Some are English-made, while others are from India. And among this pile of cotton and silk was one remaining price tag that read $11.50.
In a brilliant stroke of inspiration, Paul is selling the pocket squares for their original price.
You’ll need to come pick them out in person, however, as he’s not going to photograph 50 different pocket squares for the purposes of e-commerce. I chose the navy foulard above.
For a souvenir from one of America’s most legendary clothiers, as well as for the best value in pocket squares today, visit Winston Tailors at 11 E. 44th Street #501, right next to Brooks Brothers.
And hurry, because once they’re gone, they’re gone. At least until Paul find another box of goodies. — CC