Made from puckered cotton fabric, our Seersucker Summer Suit embodies the essence of summery style. This ultimate summer suit features a two-button notch design and fits current, close to your body without restricting.
Seersucker's unique puckered texture makes it a natural performance fabric, allowing for excellent breathability, and it also means that pressing is not necessary – both exceptional qualities for your tropical destination or summer wedding. You'll stay cool in your seersucker suit for years to come.
The classic pants feature a flattering flat front. Available in sizes 30 to 40 with 30", 32" or 34" finished inseams.
Jacket and pants sizes are chosen separately making for easy fit and alteration.
Made from 100% Cotton.
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The word Seersucker originates from the Persian words "shir u shakar", meaning "milk and sugar", because of its smooth and rough stripes resembling the smooth surface of milk and bumpy texture of sugar.
Joseph Haspel, who founded a small manufacturing business in 1909 in New Orleans, is said to have created a seersucker garment for the working class. But the fabric was soon embraced by Southern gentlemen and eventually by well-to-do Ivy Leaguers.
It was famously worn by FDR, West Virginia Sen. Robert Byrd, actor Andy Griffith as TV's Matlock, and actor Gregory Peck as Atticus Finch.