Men's Milk-and-Sugar Seersucker Jacket
Men’s seersucker jacket in the perfect, vintage-style, "milk-and-sugar" blue-and-white stripe, featuring a 3-roll-2 silhouette, three patch pockets, and quarter-inch topstitch swelled seam finishing. Cut to the original 1852 blazer pattern.
Handmade cloisonné buttonhole badge included. 3-roll-2 silhouette. Three patch pockets. Quarter-inch topstitch swelled seam finishing. Unlined back. Self-lined fronts. Ventless. Cream cotton buttons. Working cuff buttons. 100% cotton. Made in Portugal.
Care instructions: Dry clean only.
This blazer has a modern cut. 36 runs short.
Stanford is 6’1” and is wearing a 38R.
From Britain to the American south and west, from blue-collar workers to preppy undergrads to floppy professors and, most worryingly, senators and statesmen, seersucker — a thin, puckered material prized for its performance in hot weather — has been a mainstay in global fashion for hundreds of years. “Seersucker” is derived from the Persian words shîr and shakar, which mean “milk” and “sugar”, a play on the fabric’s blend of textures both granular and smooth.