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Despite how useful they can be, handkerchiefs seem to be overlooked and under carried. These technical fabric pocket squares from Declan just might be able to change that. They’re made from Delcan M120, a specially engineered microfiber twill textile that looks and feels like a traditional handkerchief, but offers the smudge-fighting performance of cleaning cloths to keep your eyewear, camera lenses, and screens looking pristine. Declan’s latest release comes as a collab with Word., known for their pocket-friendly notebooks, hip designs, and unique page layouts. Declan and Word. actually swap and customize patterns from each other for the collab set. The Declan Major redoes Word’s “Dot Grid” cover in blue, while the notebooks rock an updated colorway of the Declan “Lang” floral print. If you’re still buffing out smudges from your glasses or phone with your shirt, these aesthetic and functional essentials should come in handy. Grab ‘em as a bundle (it’ll save you a few bucks) at the link below to keep your notes and your lenses clear.

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Wishing I had eyes that allowed me to see nebulas and the billions of stars in the sky without the use of cameras and special lenses. I am certain that in a past life I had possessed such eyes. I am certain that once I lived in another world/dimension that was always dusk and night, there was no day time hours so the eyes I once had were evolved to see the sky in a much more vivid manner. I just wish I could see all that beauty above us with a clear and telescopic view. *pouty lip and smiles cutely* 😊