HAJ Designs brings seersucker fabric garments for summers
March 24, 2014 - United States Of America
HAJ Designs always strives to be on the cutting edge of the fashion industry today, offering an incredible selection of luxurious fabrics and colors to fit every client’s taste. This summer is sure to be an extremely hot one, after the cold, biting winter, which is why HAJ Designs is recommending garments made out of the iconic Seersucker fabric.
For those who are not familiar with Seersucker, it is a commonly striped, thin, all-cotton fabric that is woven so that it bunches together. Seersucker has an iconic “wrinkled” appearance that actually serves to keep the fabric away from the skin.
Elhadji Gueye, Chief Creative Officer and founder of HAJ Designs shares that Seersucker was first worn in British India, and then introduced into the United States, mostly in the South.
Seersucker can be made into all types of clothing, including suits. Great for businessmen and women who are in warm, tropical areas, Seersucker is the perfect choice for a fashion addition in the Summer.
HAJ Designs recommends a 2-piece, 3-piece or even a double-breasted suit. Elhadji Gueye shares that the double-breasted suit is expected to make its comeback in the upcoming season.
HAJ Designs shares that there are many advantages to wearing Seersucker. For one, there are numerous color combinations that this fabric comes in, mostly in light colors such as peach, yellow, sage, and the traditional white and blue. Because of its wrinkles, Seersucker allows heat to dissipate and air to circulate even while wearing the garment, making it an ideal fabric for those living in hotter climates.
HAJ Designs prides itself on using only the finest fabrics from around the world. It is La Maison de HAJ’s mission to provide clients with the tailored garment of their dreams that will make them look good, feel great and fit their body perfectly. Seersucker is the ultimate fashion choice that will allow businessmen and women to look boardroom ready, even in the sweltering heat and humidity of summer.