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Seersucker Fabric?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by farfisa23, Nov 11, 2010.

  1. farfisa23

    farfisa23 Senior member

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    My friend is getting married and wants a seersucker suit for the May wedding.

    I think he'll go to Chan or MyTailor, can anyone recommend good fabric options for seersucker?
     
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    That's an odd question [​IMG]. Seersucker is all cotton. Or do you mean (where to get/who make) good seersucker fabric?
     
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    farfisa23 Senior member

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    That's an odd question [​IMG]. Seersucker is all cotton. Or do you mean (where to get/who make) good seersucker fabric?

    I will send my friend to Chan/My Tailor, which books should he look at does Holland & Sherry or Dormeuil or Loro Piana make a good seersucker fabric. Which would you recommend?

    Also, I have seen wool/cotton blends on seersucker.
     
  5. Shirtmaven

    Shirtmaven Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    beckenstein i=on West 39 th st has lots of seersucker in stock
     

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