SAPPHIRE BLEAU

BLUE ICE

MINT JULEP

PURPLE HAZE

SATSUMA ORANGE

TAN BISQUE

HURRICANE RED

GRANITE GRAY

FREE SHIPPING over $100 • Suits Made in USA

VIEUX CARRE NAVY/BLACK

BLACK PEPPER

VOODOO GRAY

CHICORY BROWN

COMMANDER'S NAVY

TUXEDO - VIEUX CARRE NAVY/BLACK

TUXEDO - BLACK PEPPER

FREE SHIPPING over $100 • Suits Made in USA

FREE SHIPPING over $100 • Suits Made in USA

FREE SHIPPING over $100 • Suits Made in USA

FREE SHIPPING over $100 • Suits Made in USA

POPLIN SUIT SEPARATES | MADE IN USA

We value quality and sustainability through American manufacturing.
Our suit separates are proudly made in America of the finest traditional fabrics with our modern innovations.

Lightweight poplin sport coats offfer a crisp clean look to keep you cool on those warm weather days and nights.

NAUTICAL NAVY

Your navy suit is about to get a serious upgrade. From work to casual this look will take you there in classic style.

CHANNEL BLUE

Go dapper to dinner with color and style in our all-cotton lightweight poplin sport coat. Versatile and fun, it's a must-have for a gentleman's closet. 

PRALINE TAN POPLIN

Smooth as that chicory brew and a perfect pairing for some New Orleans beignets. Tan poplin provides a great backdrop for all of your button ups or take is casual with a polo or tee.

Traditionally a seersucker suit is known by its signature blue and white stripes, because this was The Original and popularized in the early 1900’s by my great-grandfather Joseph Haspel, Sr, who was known for being a fabric innovator in the men’s fashion realm. His seersucker wash-and-wear suits have graced the physiques of Gregory Peck, Cary Grant, and nearly every President since Calvin Coolidge.  
The number one rule about seersucker is that there are no rules. Traditional fashion rules no longer apply and haven’t for a while. Embracing new and different ways of wearing the classics allows for personal creativity, innovation, and true opportunities for self-expression.
Gone are the days of strict fashion rules. There we said it. The fashion world is constantly evolving, and we must evolve with it or risk extinction like so many other American fashion mainstays.

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