Seersucker Day returns on Wednesday

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Summary Members of Congress will trade in the drab gray and black suits for blue and white checks on Wednesday for National Seersucker Day. The House has traditionally celebrated on Wednesdays while the Senate has worn seersucker the following day on Thursday.

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