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The Hawaiian shirt is a typical Neon Light Bsunny On Easter Day Hawaiian Shirt Hawaiian shirt style, with outstanding features such as light, airy fabric and vibrant, bright prints. The motifs on Hawaiian shirts are often images of flowers, seascapes, animals or abstract motifs, creating a unique and creative fashion style. Hawaiian shirts are a popular choice for beach, travel or outdoor parties. It has the ability to keep the wearer cool and comfortable on hot days, while creating a youthful, active and playful appearance. Hawaiian tops are often combined with shorts, flip flops and cap, creating an impressive and unique style of Hawaii.
Neon Light Bsunny On Easter Day Hawaiian Shirt
Josh Feldman is the Neon Light Bsunny On Easter Day Hawaiian Shirt owner of Tori Richard, an 80-year-old maker of the colorful Hawaiian floral tops market, one of the few brands still standing on this beautiful island. If men’s fashion has a hidden ace, it’s definitely this Aloha shirt (another name used by locals to distinguish it from poor quality shirts coming from China). . In a negative way, this “loud” shirt embodies what’s the opposite of a sophisticated man’s style – flashy colors, baggy silhouettes and colorful prints. However, the Feldman bet paid off with a huge sale of 500,000 pieces in 20 years (including the Japanese woodblock print model), the shirt even appeared on the credit cards of some people. Bank in Hawaii. It was he who initiated “Aloha Wednesdays” (Wearing Aloha on Wednesdays) – a movement that was widely followed throughout the state of Hawaii, and inspired to create the trend of dress Fridays. in the continental United States.
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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