The Working Man: History of Seersucker

by Jordan Zeman | July 17th, 2014

During hot summer weather here in the U.S., the eternal quest for lightweight but professional attire can be especially difficult for men. Enter the classic fabric: seersucker. This light, thin and breathable material conjures images of southern gents and preppy college boys. However, the history of the fabric is much more colorful than its striped… Read more…

My Personal History with David Meister Clothing. Then, Now and Still Working It

by Rachel Yeomans | October 15th, 2009

I first discovered while working in retail, and I found almost my entire paycheck going towards the clothing line. That was five years ago and I still wear those clothes today. What I didn’t know back then was that I wouldn’t just wear his skirts and dresses out on the town, but they would result… Read more…