A two-point pocket square fold requires three simple folding tasks of a pocket square initially laid flat as a diamond shape. The two points are created in the initial fold by slightly offsetting the alignment of the points, or corners, of the pocket square, according to MarthaStewartWeddings.com.
Beginning with a diamond orientation of the pocket square, fold the bottom corner up, placing the point slightly to the left side of the upper corner's point. This half-fold creates a nearly triangular shape with two points up. Next, fold the left corner point to the right across the triangle so that the vertical fold line is one-third of the distance across the triangle. Last, fold the right corner point to the left across the triangle, again folding one-third the distance across the original triangle. Insert the folded pocket square in the breast pocket with the upper points exposed, as illustrated by MarthaStewartWeddings.com.