We have previously written about cotton seersucker material, a material almost synonymous with summer. Seersuckerkavajen be nice to hang in the closet during the autumn and winter months and then come out just in time for spring and to dispel the myth that it is difficult to be well-dressed when it’s hot outside. Seersuckerkavajen is quite a versatile garment that works for many different occasions, from weddings to summer day at the beach. To provide some inspiration how seersuckerkavajen can be used, we have put together four different outfits in very different styles.
- Casual – Simple and stylish with a striped T-shirt and a dark blue spotted handkerchief that makes it a little more elegant. Is very nicely matching breast handkerchief with a few dark unwashed jeans in the same shade. (T-shirt, H & M, handkerchief Amanda Christensen)
- Preppie – It’s hard to find a garment that breathes so much preppy as a seersuckerkavaj. The combination of button-down collar and tie is constantly questioned, but to a preppy style, I think it fits. A pair of chinos and-white sneakers and it will look like you are moving directly from Harvard.(Shirt Bogie , tie Atkinson)
- Cricket – No style that anyone dares, but cricket style is undoubtedly stylish. Combine with a large brown weekend bag and a handful of scones. (Bogie shirt, sweater H & M, bow tie and handkerchief second-hand)
- Accent Color – Light Blue is a pretty easy color to break against and fits very well in combination with the right yellow. Yellow is otherwise an accent color that appeared frequently on the catwalk for autumn collections, including that of Etro and Viktor & Rolf. A scarf is perfect for this rather deep v-neck sweater. Note also the rolled up sleeves, which is a enkelyt ways to make the jacket a little looser. (Merinoullströja H & M, scarf Paul Smith)