A Modern History of Seersucker

Spring is upon us! And summer is around the corner; we want to feature some lightweight materials and styles for the change-of-season. Seersucker has steadily become integrated into fashion-forward styles. Quite a far cry from its Southern origins. The fabric itself has Indian and Persian roots. “Sheer” (Milk) and “Shukkar” (UnRefined Sugar) illustrate that very pattern in color and texture. The 100% Cotton material is thin, puckered, and most-often striped. It’s unique weave pattern causes the fabric to bunch together. This gives it a wrinkled look. But, it also facilitates air circulation by creating distance from the skin for those hot and humid days you have to look your best.

Seersucker has definitely made a comeback. It seems to be everywhere you look these days; especially all those classically styled kids. Here are some clothing brands that boast this bold fabric.

Beaufort Bonnet Co

The Beaufort Bonnet Co showing off the timeless Jon Jon style in an equally timeless seersucker.


Columbian born Baliene mixing boho chic with this classic sundress style. 

Beet World

This sweet and sophisticated look from Beet World includes ruffle sleeves for that extra touch of style.


The perfect beach accessory from CPC. It protects your kids from the sun and looking stylish while doing it.

Hayden Girl

We’re feeling all the good vibes from this Hayden Girl seersucker ruffle top.


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