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Hawaiian shirts are usually Alien On The Beach Trending Hawaiian Shirt-1 collared and buttoned shirts, with short sleeves. Short-sleeve shirts worn to the beach are printed with the symbol of summer. Dark green coconut groves, flowers, tropical birds or blue beach with crashing waves are the defining features of the Aloha shirt. The silk fabric is soft and smooth, not wrinkled, very cool to wear, no ruffled, no shrinkage and no color fading. Mix and match: The traditional way to wear an Aloha is to pair it with shorts and sandals. In case you wear aloha on a polite occasion, it should be worn with black pants or khaki (for men). Or skirt (for women). Hawaiian shirts are win-win leisure wear. It is suitable for walks, long trips, picnics, concerts or music festivals.
Alien On The Beach Trending Hawaiian Shirt-1
After Hawaiian writer Alien On The Beach Trending Hawaiian Shirt-1 Dale Hope gathered information to write a book on the origin of Hawaiian shirts titled “The Aloha Shirt” with the above information, former Honolulu city president Herman Lemke reached out to Dale to introduced him to another character – Rube Hauseman. After Ellery Chun’s death, Rube said that he designed the Hawaiian shirt in 1935 from the Fuji silk fabric he bought from the tailor Musa-Shiya. After completing the first Hawaiian shirt designs, he gave them to famous surfers of the time such as the Waikiki Beach Boys, Panama Dave, Colgate and “Chick”. They often wear them every time they go to a bar in the city called Rathskellar. Therefore, these shirt designs were once called Rathskellar shirts instead of Hawaiian shirts (Honolulu Star Bulletin, January 1953).
This shirt feels soft and smooth, making it comfortable to wear.
Open collar, circle buttons.
Since the size is manually measured, please allow a 1cm-3cm dimension difference.
As a result of the production batch, the light intensity photography effect will have a color difference.
Time of production: 3-5 business days.
Time Shipping: 12-15 days.
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