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Seersucker


Usually made of cotton, seersucker is a lightweight, puckered fabric that features a striped or sometimes checkered structure. The fabric alternates the texture of puckered stripes with plain ones, being most often blue and white. The name originates from the Persian words "shir o shekar", which means “milk” and refers to the smooth stripes, and “sugar” for the resemblance of the bumpy stripes to it.

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