Are you ready for the 2016 Seersucker Social?

The Seersucker Social returns to DC this spring and, this time, the post-ride picnic is free to all! We’ve created another marvelous scenic route through the district. We scouted the city for the perfect post ride picnic location. We’re ready for a Saturday in seersucker! Are you? We’re predicting a perfect forecast for our warm weather celebration of classic style and classy rides. Assemble your vintage look, hop on your bike... Read More

The Seersucker Social Returns on Saturday June 18, 2016

Save the date and sort out your sartorial situation for our spring ride and social. In addition to our leisurely ride through the city, our post-ride picnic this year will be BYOP (bring your own picnic) and free to all! Visit our Facebook page often for more updates (that pesky algorithm makes our posts appear less often on your feed). We’re also on Twitter and Instagram! Stay turned for more details in the coming weeks.  Read More

2015 Seersucker Social Photo Pool: Share your favorite images here!

We lucked out Dandies! A very well dressed crowd, dry weather and cooling evening temperatures made for a delightful ride. The setting sun provided spectacular lighting for snapping shutters and keen eyes. We’ve created a space for sharing photos from this past Saturday with the idea that photos can be used to promote future D&Q events! The above photo was captured by Lori Crandall of the Fidgety Feet Dance Group. The photo below was captured... Read More

The 2013 Seersucker Social (part II pics): Same Style. Different Destination.

With  so many excellent photographs too choose from, it was difficult to make selections for the posts on this past Sunday. The ride and social at Carderock brought familiar faces and first timers  together in a wonderful new setting we’ll have to visit again. Enjoy these and head to the Worn Magazine blog for Nicole Aguirre’s amazing images and portraits from our day.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Photo... Read More

Seersucker Prep is this evening in Mid-City

  Wednesday, May 30 – Our Seersucker Prep shopping evening with selected DC vintage shops including Rock it Again, Junction, Ginger Root Design, Treasury & Dr. K’s Vintage is approaching!  Our favorite vintage dealers have been stocking up on just the right goods and are intent on helping you get to Hillwood in style! Stores will stay open until 9pm. Come by after work for refreshments and vintage clothing item discounts between... Read More

The 2012 Seersucker Social is Sold Out!!

Dandies and Quaintrelles, Hillwood Estate, Museum and Gardens, and Holly Bass Performance Projects are bringing Jazz Age style back to Hillwood for a day of fun and leisure with the Seersucker Ride and Social 2012 on Saturday, June 9 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Our retro bicycle ride begins at 11 a.m. at a secret location (to be emailed to registrants the day before the event) and continues at Hillwood for a grand lawn party featuring food, beverages,... Read More

A Portrait Photographer’s Paradise (featured image by Messay)

Last week, several local blogs posted photo galleries of the 2011 Seersucker Social. Visit the links below and take a look at the images from talented photographers Nicole Aguirre, Dakota Fine, Chis Chen, Josh Yospyn, Messay, Keith Lane, Alfredo Flore, Ben Droz and more for the following blogs and on-line magazines. (The above photo was taken my Nicole Aguirre for Worn Magazine) Brightest Young Things DCist MwariMag.com Messay Photography Blog DCMetromix ReadySetDC TBD Washingtonion... Read More

Seersucker style guide

The June 4th Seersucker Social is right around the corner; it’s time to get your garden party getup together! Not sure what to wear? Here are a few tips for the classy quaintrelle: The Basics If you aren’t sold on seersucker, or simply don’t have any on hand, look for pieces made from traditional summer fabrics like gingham, linen, chiffon and cotton eyelet. While black is always chic in New York, it’s a no-no at a proper garden party. Stick... Read More