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seersucker

a light cotton, linen, or other fabric with a crinkled surface and often striped

seersucker

[′sir‚sək·ər]
(textiles)
A washable fabric with crinkled stripes made by altering the tension of the warp threads during weaving.
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Other ideas she shared with her partner were seersucker bridesmaids dresses with big bows," Silvestri said.
As I walked east along Isaac Bashevis Singer Boulevard toward Central Park, it occurred to me that I would have to seek out experiences to generate my own stories, buy my own seersucker jacketone that fitand be on the lookout for the mysterious women living along the side streets.
The nearly white Seersucker drawings, sometimes two-layered, with their faint vertical pencil lines and softly wrinkled surfaces (created simply by exposing the paper to water) call attention to the walls to which they are directly affixed by hiding them as much as they draw the gaze to themselves through their subtle sensuality and luminosity.
He eschewed a uniform in favor of a seersucker suit and a boater, and was described in testimony to the committee by Robert Boylan, a Globe-Democrat reporter, as "one of the most lady-like officers I ever saw.
Modern Amusement even takes on seersucker with its Kennedy Bermuda shorts ($78).
com Front Pew (left to right): On Souleymane: Seersucker suit, $295, Haspet: shirt, tie.
Dressed in a yellow seersucker dress and black belt, Gertrude soon found herself in the final as her family and boyfriend Alex, whom she later married, looked on.
I want to advise those who invest in seersucker suits to, by all means,
The Seersucker Suit" moves marvelously and quite humorously from a delusional narrator into the completely surreal.
I touched the sky blue seersucker with tiny, yellow flowers.
Full Sail Brewery, the employee-owned craft brewer from Hood River known for its amber ale, pale ale and other high-end beers, has introduced a new lager that's got a blue-collar look and a seersucker taste.
Fabrics The exciting news in draperies is that there is great variety in fabric: brushed paisley, bamboo, seersucker, and suede are just a few.