Even though The Day of the Dead is over, it doesn't mean you can't wear The Hill-side 'Dia De Los Muertos' Pocket Squares along with your suit.
Aside from the holiday itself, much of The Hill-side 'Dia De Los Muertos' Pocket Squares' design is based off of a decorative craft called papel picado. It's basically thin paper that has been meticulously chiseled into elaborate designs to celebrate holidays. While it's Mexican folk-art, papel picado is also used to celebrate secular and religious occasions such as Easter, Christmas and weddings. As you can see, the graphics on these pocket squares replicate this artistic medium's intricate cut-outs with skulls as a recurring theme.
The Hill-side Dia De Los Muertos Pocket Squares are now available in either black or red.
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