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Hawaiian tops are made Vintage Rodeo Hawaiian Shirt of cotton or silk, with one or two chest pockets and button fastening. Some Hawaiian shirts also have a collar and long sleeves, but most have a rounded collar and short sleeves. Patterns on Hawaiian shirts can be printed or embroidered by hand, and often represent Hawaiian landscapes, animals, and flowers. The Hawaiian shirt became a global fashion icon in the 1950s, when travel to Hawaii became popular. Hawaiian shirts have become a souvenir that many tourists buy to give to friends and relatives. During the 1960s and 1970s, the Hawaiian shirt became a symbol of the hippie cultural movement, and was favored by rock artists and rock music lovers.
Vintage Rodeo Hawaiian Shirt
One of the best known Vintage Rodeo Hawaiian Shirt origin stories belongs to the Chun family and the King-Smith Clothiest store. In a 1964 interview, Ellery Chun shared that watching local Hawaiian boys wear comfortable shirts made from Japanese callis and Filipino boys wearing colorful designs. The vibrant color called the Bayau (printed t-shirt) shirt, which inspired him to seek out a tailor to create his first floral printed Kimono t-shirts in 1932 (or 1933). Grasping fast tastes, when seeing a lot of young men looking to tailor shops to order Hawaiian shirts, Ellery came up with the idea to order ready-made Hawaiian shirt designs and sell them at King-Smith Clothiers store. Ellery was also the first to copyright “Aloha Sportswear” and “Aloha Shirts” in 1936 and 1937.
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.