Few men are as suave as the silver-screen scoundrel Rhett Butler from 1939 Gone with the Wind played by Clark Gable. Rhett was never without a handkerchief with his initials stitched in the corner. A handkerchief is so much more classy than cheap Kleenex, or worse toilet paper, for moping sweat off your brow after a hard days work, blowing your nose, or drying the tears of a lady. Let's bring back this classic trademark of the gentleman.