The shirt is based on a Hawaiian shirt from the 80s and 90s, modified and recreated with the pattern of a coconut tree and a log cabin.
The fabric of this clothes is made of a blend of tencel (Lyocell) and cotton. Tencel is a kind of unique fiber made of natural plants as raw materials. Its natural luster and unique smooth texture, combined with its superior air permeability and vertical effect, make it one of the fabrics more suitable for summer. The addition of cotton overcomes some shortcomings of tencel and makes it more perfect. The buttons on the shirt are made of natural coconut and have a unique brown luster. The retro pattern on the surface is a copy of the old Hawaiian shirts in the 60s and 70s, showing the texture. Each button is hand-polished.
The version of the clothes continues the characteristics of the traditional Aloha Shirt. The slightly loose version gives people a comfortable feeling without restraint. The flat-cut hem and the cut of the collarless seat also make the overall look more casual. The printing on the placket and breast pockets restores the pattern by tailoring, and the details are full of ingenuity.
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