Lightweight Seersucker Sixes Jacket

£500.00

Ideal for a balmy summer, the lightweight Seersucker jacket combines flair with comfort and style. Single-breasted, with fine railroad stripes and brown contrasting buttons every fine detail of the jacket, evokes the very best of quintessential British style. The wide lapels exude the confidence and optimism of the roaring 1930s and the boutonnière cries out for a decorative flower picked from the meadow. Hardwearing and smart it is made with cotton and elastane creating a fit that is relaxed, lightweight and comfortable. Perfect attire for an afternoon picnic at the Henley Royal Regatta or a casual rooftop cocktail with friends.

Lightweight Seersucker suits first became popular in the 1920s when US students wanted to stay cool during hot days on the Princeton campus. A decade later when the Duke of Windsor wore Seersucker, while vacationing in the Riviera the look was officially declared the pinnacle of summer sartorial sophistication.

McCann’s classic Seersucker jacket features oversize lapels inspired by the roaring 30s when the jackets were first in Vogue and a half lining to keep the wearer cool. Made with traditional British tailoring techniques, our seersucker combines the finest comfort, elegance and style.

Washing Instructions: Dry Clean Only

Fabric: 100% Cotton

Description

Ideal for a balmy summer, the lightweight Seersucker jacket combines flair with comfort and style. Single-breasted, with fine railroad stripes and brown contrasting buttons every fine detail of the jacket, evokes the very best of quintessential British style. The wide lapels exude the confidence and optimism of the roaring 1930s and the boutonnière cries out for a decorative flower picked from the meadow. Hardwearing and smart it is made with cotton and elastane creating a fit that is relaxed, lightweight and comfortable. Perfect attire for an afternoon picnic at the Henley Royal Regatta or a casual rooftop cocktail with friends.

Lightweight Seersucker suits first became popular in the 1920s when US students wanted to stay cool during hot days on the Princeton campus. A decade later when the Duke of Windsor wore Seersucker, while vacationing in the Riviera the look was officially declared the pinnacle of summer sartorial sophistication.

McCann’s classic Seersucker jacket features oversize lapels inspired by the roaring 30s when the jackets were first in Vogue and a half lining to keep the wearer cool. Made with traditional British tailoring techniques, our seersucker combines the finest comfort, elegance and style.

Washing Instructions: Dry Clean Only