We’re less than a week from Labor Day, the unofficial end of seersucker season (there’s no governing body for seersucker, unlike corduroy). So if you’ve been waiting all summer to break out your all-seersucker-everything (a.k.a. the “full ‘sucker”) now is your last chance.

Seersucker jacket from Haspel at Sierra Trading Post; seersucker tie from Thom Grey at Barney’s Warehouse; seersucker pocket square from the Cordial Churchman; seersucker shirt from Brooks Brothers; seersucker belt from Brooks Brothers; seersucker espadrilles from Soludos. Seersucker boxers exist but c’mon, that’s ridiculous.

The Put This On bowtie is hand-made by The Cordial Churchman in South Carolina, from silk hand-printed in England. We’ve chosen a fabric that is both distinctive and conservative; appropriate for almost any occasion. It’s the perfect first bow, or the perfect compliment to a wide-ranging collection. We can’t tell you who our silk was printed for, but suffice it to say that it is perhaps the finest accessories company in the world.

We’ve priced the Put This On bowtie at just $49, and it is available in distinctly limited quantities. Order yours now, or be consumed by regret.

And with that, they’re sold out!

The Cordial Churchman makes custom bow ties - for $23 each.  What started as a sewing project for a husband who wanted a seersucker bowtie is now a business, and Ellie Laveer Stager now makes bows in all styles from any fabric you like (or some of the fabrics she has on hand).  Above is the Woolyman.

The Cordial Churchman makes custom bow ties - for $23 each.  What started as a sewing project for a husband who wanted a seersucker bowtie is now a business, and Ellie Laveer Stager now makes bows in all styles from any fabric you like (or some of the fabrics she has on hand).  Above is the Woolyman.