Seersucker Suit & Knit Tie

Do you need a horse race or special occasion to wear a seersucker suit? No. Seersucker is a great summer fabric – lightweight and breathable – and works perfectly for the office or those hot summer days you when you just feel like wearing a suit.

Seersucker Suit Knit Tie - He Spoke Style

| WEARING | Saks seersucker suit, Al Bazar shirt, Gitman Bros. silk tie, Oliver Peoples sunglasses, Tateossian and L. Jonas bracelets, Suitsupply shoes | PHOTOGRAPHY | by Rob McIver Photo

In a classic blue stripe, a seersucker suit does carry a lot of baggage and you might not be able to wear it to the office without getting a bunch of uninvited comments about the Kentucky Derby. A brown stripe is less conspicuous and wildly increases a seersucker suit’s versatility. From a distance, it just looks like a tan suit.

Keep it simple in the summer. A plain blue shirt, navy silk knit tie, a couple accessories, and a great pair of shades are all you need to look great.

If you keep the rest of the outfit simple, you can have a little fun with your shoes. These kiltie tassel loafers have been a staple of my summer wardrobe this season.

Seersucker Suit Knit Tie - He Spoke Style

Suitsupply Kiltie Tassel Loafers - He Spoke Style

Thanks for reading.

Stylishly Yours,

Brian Sacawa
He Spoke Style

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  • http://www.thekentuckygent.com The Kentucky Gent

    While I definitely love the blue + white seersucker (even if I highly dislike the Derby), this brown + white combo is definitely better suited for day to day life. Looking sharp as ever Brian!

    Josh | The Kentucky Gent
    http://thekentuckygent.com

    • http://hespokestyle.com/ Brian Sacawa

      Totally. It makes it so much more of a versatile garment.

  • DJ Hargrave

    This is so good! The perfect coloring for suiting! I love seeing shoes with such a strong contrast like this. It takes a little guts but it makes a statement (as opposed to a light tan shoe)

    DJ- http://www.tailormade-style.com

    • http://hespokestyle.com/ Brian Sacawa

      Thanks, as always, for the support, DJ. Cheers!