Seersucker fabric information

Seersucker cloth

Seerscucker is a fabric made from all cotton that is mostly lightweight and breathable. Seersucker is commonly used in the creation of lightweight pants and shirts and were a fashionable form of clothing for gentlemen in the southern United States, as well as a counter-culture statement for graduate university students.

Seersucker Suit

Seersucker history

Seersucker was a common trade material of Muslim traders during the British colonization period. Seersucker proved very quickly to be an affordable, lightweight material suitable for warm climates. Due to it's natural wrinkled appearance and ease of affordability, Seersucker had traditionally been referred to as a poor mans cloth.


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