To Seersucker, With Love

This post was written by Lindy Shopper.

This summer I’ve grown to appreciate seersucker fabric more and more, not just as a Southerner, but as a sartorial gift that bestows charm, ventilation, and wrinkle-resistance upon its wearer. It really is an ideal fabric for swing dancers, a respite from the heat of the air and our own bodies, that is lightweight, breathable, practical, movable, and easy to pack. I’ve decided to compile some vintage and reproduction seersucker lovelies from Etsy to celebrate this wonderful fabric today:

Floral 1930's/40's seersucker blouse
Floral 1930’s/40’s seersucker blouse
Seersucker vest by MacheteNSons
Seersucker vest by MacheteNSons
1940's summer suit with peplum
1940’s summer suit with peplum
1940's/50's gabardine blend brown and white striped trousers
1940’s/50’s gabardine blend brown and white striped trousers
Floral 1940's seersucker romper
Floral 1940’s seersucker romper
1950's seersucker shirt
1950’s seersucker shirt
Seersucker 1940's day dress
Seersucker 1940’s day dress

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