What Is Seersucker Fabric?

Answer Seersucker is a light fabric made of cotton, linen or rayon, and it is slightly puckered and striped. Think of Gregory Peck wearing Haspel seersucker in "To Kill a Mockingbird" in 1962. Seersucker... Read More »

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Types of Seersucker Fabric?

Seersucker fabric, with its characteristic crinkled weave of tightened threads with puckered white stripes alternating with slack-tensioned colored threads, is common in summer wear as it does not ... Read More »

How is seersucker fabric made?

Seersucker fabric is an all-cotton fabric with a textured, bumpy feel. It is usually striped or checkered. Seersucker is woven using a slack-tension weave, and some of the threads bunch together, c... Read More »

What Is Seersucker?

Seersucker is a popular fashion choice in summer clothing. A lightweight and easily identifiable fabric, seersucker fabric is generally associated with men's clothing, specifically men's suits. See... Read More »

How do I Wear a Seersucker Snood?

Snoods have been around since the middle ages. And since then, they have come in and out of vogue. Snoods are traditionally mesh, but they can be made from virtually any material. Seersucker makes ... Read More »