Last Chance Dept.
Everyone knows seersucker is indispensable for warm weather. Including the Seersucker Cartel.
To make things easy on themselves, they've ordained that seersucker shall be white with identical narrow blue stripes, take it or leave it.
Well, a recent trip to the fabric archives in Milan has broken the monopoly.
Poured through dusty swatchbooks, got to the historic roots of seersucker. Colorful stuff. What you used to wear steaming up to Luxor with your daguerreotype camera, attending get-togethers of the Soerabaja Planters Association or coffee auctions in old New Orleans.
Here is one striking example, reincarnated into a men's shirt that has an uncommon cut, as well.
Vintage Seersucker Shirt (No. 1183). Pure cotton with a refreshing pucker. Band collar. Clean French front. Assiduously pattern-matched chest pocket.
Men’s sizes: S, M, L, XL, XXL.
Color: 3, maybe 4 kinds of Blue in there in a range of widths.
(A woman would look terrific in a bathing suit and an XXL on the Costa Smeralda.)
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Fabric Content: 100% Cotton.
Care Instructions: Machine Wash Warm, Only Non-Chlorine Bleach When Needed, Tumble Dry Low, Warm Iron If Needed, May Be Dry Cleaned.
Length: Ranges from 31 1/2" to 33 1/2". Varies by size.