Seersucker was first introduced to the western world through British colonies in the late 19th century. It was written as Sirsakar in Hindi, which means Milk and Sugar. Soon, it’s brought into the United States by colonial trader and became popular. At first, seersucker was made for workwear. Until the early 20th century, different products began to appear in menswear. It was worn by workers in factories and celebrities who took it to high-end places. This is an important evolution of seersucker development.
Seersucker is a thin, light and puckered textile fabric. It is the best summer choice for gentlemen's suit fabrics due to its lightweight and breathable characteristics. If you have ever been up close and personal with seersucker, you’ll notice that it is woven in such a way that some of the threads bunch together to give the fabric a wrinkled appearance and texture. It allows the fabric to be held mostly away from the skin when worn, allowing air to circulate. Even at high temperatures, it remains comfortable and elegant.
Traditionally made from cotton and featuring stripe patterns. Our Digital Seersucker fabric features even more functionality due to the advancement of weaving technology and materials. The M.O.N. (MASTER OF NONE) series launched by Outerboro uses yarn developed by Japanese textile manufacturer TORAY. Its fabric properties are four-way stretch, moisture wicking and quick dry and anti-wrinkle. In addition, digital printing technology is used to provide a more fashionable and stylish pattern.
M.O.N. Sports Coat can be both formal and casual. Versatile enough for various occasions and it provides the best comfort for active office professionals. The M.O.N. Noragi uses the silhouette of a traditional Japanese workwear piece, combined with our Digital Seersucker fabric, this garment is designed as a great layering piece to match with your outfit.
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