See here, sucker. It won’t be long now till you start to dig out your spring-summer wardrobe, bringing all those lighter fabrics back into play.
Won’t that be nice?
It’s not all tees and shorts, though. You still need a couple of standby jackets for evenings and iffy days.
And an ideal material for such jackets is seersucker, for three reasons:
- The purposely bumpy weave prevents the (100% cotton) fabric from clinging to you, keeping you nice and breezy
- It doesn’t need ironing, because it’s meant to look wrinkly
- It makes you look distinguished, like someone from The Talented Mr. Ripley
If that sounds good to you, have a look at Urban Industry’s selection of SS20 Carhartt WIP – specifically the lovely Southfield Jacket in ‘Wax’ (off-white). Relaxed but not baggy; short but not too short; timeless collar shape; zippered hand pockets; subtle zippered chest pocket; classic Carhartt branding on the left pec/chippy-tit.
Go and take a closer look.