Class Is In Session: Seersucker Suit

I know everyone isn’t educated on everything there is to know in the world, especially when it comes to Fashion, because a lot of people don’t really care. “Just give me something that looks nice” right? That’s a common statement, however I’m assuming if you’re reading this you actually care, and want to learn more about your garments. So here’s a little lesson.

1st Thing’s first, SeerSucker Suit’s. What does that mean? What are they? Where’d they come from?
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Seersucker is a thin, puckered, all-cotton fabric, commonly striped or chequered, used to make clothing for spring and summer wear. The word came into English from Hindustani (Urdu and Hindi), which originates from the words “kheer aur shakkar”, meaning “milk and sugar”, perhaps from the resemblance of its smooth and rough stripes to the smooth texture of milk and the bumpy texture of sugar.
Seersucker is woven in such a way that some threads bunch together, giving the fabric a wrinkled appearance. This actually causes the fabric to keep its distance away from your skin when worn, Which “Ding Ding” facilitates heat dissipation and air circulation.
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Which in short keeps you from sweating, and dying from high temperatures during the summertime or yr. round if you live in the south. If you sweat a lot, these suits Mr.Man are your best friend, because if you take the jacket off for awhile, the sweat stain will disappear in time, and won’t leave a water mark, and will save you cleaners money. INVEST

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