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Posted: August 17, 2017

Traditionally, seersuckers are worn between Easter Day/Derby Day and Labor Day.  It's very much summer attire.  But what exactly is seersucker, how did it develop in popularity, and how might you consider incorporating it into your wardrobe?  We'll discuss all that in today's article. What's in a name Seersucker is the anglicization of an East Indian take on Persian words shir (milk) and shakkar (sugar).  The fabric that got this nickname was smooth (like milk), due to its stripes, but rough (like sugar)

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