Seersucker as is a thin, all-cotton fabric, that we use to make clothing for the spring and/or summer season. the fabric originates from British India but was brought to the United States in 1870 by renowned clothier Brooks Brother.
Since then, seersucker has become more and more popular. It's quite the notable fabric in such states as Arizona, Louisiana, Mississippi and other Southern states where the weather is usually warmer than most.
Though Toronto weather is nowhere near comparable to that of the Southern states, our summers do get relatively warm. A seersucker suit in our great city is a smart and stylish choice for men looking to be chic and comfortable all season long.
Normally a seersucker suit is done in a light blue and white striped patterning with half lining but we've taken a more contemporary approach to the timeless design. We've crafted our seersucker suit out of a orange and turquoise striped seersucker fabric. We finished the look with a light blue linen shirt and brown monk-straps.
Wearers are not to worry about the crinkled look of a seersucker suit, it is a pleasure to wear as it is made to hide the appearance of wrinkling in linens and cotton.