This one is a bit more flashy, so it’s a good way to stand out in the wedding. Also known as the Cagney Square after James Cagney, the four-point fold is intricate and can get complicated, but it only has a few more steps from the three-point fold.
Again, lay flat the pocket square in the diamond position. Following the instructions for the three-point fold, take the bottom corner and fold it to the left of the top corner.
Now, take the right corner and fold it over to the left of the bottom corner. To create the fourth peak, you take the left corner and fold it over to the right of the top corner.
That wasn’t hard, was it? You might be able to fit the pocket square in the pocket at this point but to make it more cohesive, let’s add one more step.
Take the new left corner and fold the edge to the center. Do the same for the right corner, so now you have a cone shape. This time, it should look wonderful in your pocket.