Seersucker: Not just for the Southerner.

Seersucker: Not just for the Southerner.

I am a true southern girl who loves all things monogrammed and all things SEERSUCKER! My southern girl roots are what lead me to begin monogramming and ultimately what inspired my company's name.

Seersucker is always popular in the summer, but this year it just seems to be EVERYWHERE! Seersucker is traditionally navy and white, but this year it can be found in almost every color of the rainbow.  All this seersucker has me longing for warm summer nights, sunsets at 9 pm, the pool and beach, and these shorts!

      

I will never forget buying my little boy his first pair seersucker shorts. I was so excited. I would have put him in seersucker everyday if I could have talked my husband into it (he's more into flannel, jeans, and button down shirts). Check out this adorable picture of my little one at 6 months (he's about to turn 4 in a couple of weeks and I can hardly believe it. I feel like this picture was taken yesterday :( 

68011-10101742123946490-1357918164-n.jpg

The new seersucker items pictured above are just perfect for Easter, spring and summer weddings, spring break, summer travel, and all those awesome, but hot, summer get togethers. I am in love with the seersucker shoulder bag and the seersucker dressI may just have to add these two to my collection! What's even better is that monogramming is included on all of these items on my site! I love how monogramming can take a simple item and add such a classic look to it! Check out Southern Girl Threads for all your seersucker needs, no need to live in the south to enjoy this great summer style!


Here are some facts about seersucker:

1. Seersucker is a cotton material that is woven in a way that it puckers and pulls it away from the body making it the perfect lightweight material for the summer.

2. Because of the way the material is woven and puckers naturally there is no need to iron, making it perfect for travel.

3. Politicians from 1996-2012 observed "Seersucker Thursday's".

4. Seersucker first became popular in British India.

For more fun seersucker facts check out Town and Country's Magazine article here.

Powered by Bigcommerce