"Seersucker suits are for boating events and Kennedy weddings. Definitely not for everyday." -- Jordan, 28 (Hartford, CT)
"Are you playing croquet with your aging aunties this weekend? If so, your seersucker suit will surely get you all the cheek-pinching you can handle. Otherwise, it would be very appropriate for your toddler." --Emily, 28 (Kansas City, MO)
"Like with any suit, the most important thing is that the cut is tailored to fit the man's physique. But honestly, if I saw a guy wearing full-on seersucker, I would probably think, 'You’re trying too hard, buddy.’" -- Christine, 29 (Providence, RI)
"No, I do not want to buy that Buick from you. And you’re making me dizzy. Just put on a regular suit." --Meagan
Overall consensus: Even if you’re summering on Nantucket, you’ll be walking a fine line of dapper and douche. Tread lightly.
"I would leave a date if he showed up in a bucket hat. Though the 'bucket' shape would at least make a convenient barf bag." -- Jacqui, 30 (Chicago, IL)
"Show me someone looking sexy in a bucket hat and I'll show you a liar." -- Jenny, 28 (New York, NY)
"Dude, bucket hats are not a replacement for sunscreen; and they’re definitely not an acceptable fashion statement. Lube up and leave the floppy hat at home." -- Cristin, 35 (Boston, MA)
"If you're wearing a bucket hat, you can just throw it in the trash, along with any chances you had of getting laid." -- Morgan, 24 (Baltimore, MD)
Overall consensus: No.