As mentioned in the previous post, I will be posting specifics of the different fabric styles available by men’s swimwear brand Onia. 


Unlike many patterned materials our Spanish Seersucker shorts—sourced from a century old mill in Spain—are not printed, rather they are yarn-dyed (the actual thread of the stripes is colored differently than the base color, a more intricate process than printing). This technologically advanced poly/nylon fabric has a feel reminiscent of shirting fabric, yet remains water resistant, quick-drying and durable.


You can buy Spanish Seersucker trunks at

If y’all are feeling the heat as I am (due to not owning an AC in NYC during summer ), you guys might be making your way out to swim.

Perhaps its time to throw out your old, possibly oversized trunks and try to invest in a better fit/style. For the next couple of days I’ll be posting some different styles offered by one of the greater men’s swimwear brands, Onia

You might be familiar as we’ve interviewed one of the founders, Carl Cunow, and have shot a Texas summer editorial specifically for the blog.

Hope y’all enjoy!