The airy, light seersucker waistcoat: Wonderfully cool and doubly fashionable.
By Carl Gross, since 1925 known for distinguished men’s clothing.
Seersucker is the ideal summer fabric and – just like waistcoats – particularly central to current fashion. Thanks to its crepe texture (which is the result of the use of alternating sturdy and flexible yarns), the fabric does not cling to the body, lets the air circulate and has a pleasant cooling effect. The lining is so thin that it barely affects the airy character. And because seersucker does not crease, your waistcoat always looks smart.
The back is made in the same material, so it is also perfect when worn on its own.
The fine light blue and white stripes are a maritime classic and versatile to combine. 5-button fastening. Two welted slash pockets, a piped ticket pocket.
Length in size 42R: 63cm (24.8"). Colour: Light blue/white. 98% cotton, 2% elastane. Lining made of 51% viscose, 49% acetate. Dry clean only.