Before it was exported to France and the UK in the late 1600s, Seersucker was produced in the sweltering regions of Southern India. Seersucker was initially associated with preppy Ivy Leaguers in the 1950s/60s, however, it has received a revival amongst contemporary fashion brands in recent years.
Seersucker has a unique ‘bumpy’ texture that is created by the threads being woven together at different tensions. The uneven texture takes the moisture off the skin, leaving you cool and dry on a hot day. This has made seersucker a popular fabrication for shirting and suit jackets.
Explore our seersucker shirting options below.