Western Aloha - Placket Dress Surfboard Red

 

Western Aloha honors legendary textile designer John "Keoni" Meigs in this edition of Western Aloha’s vintage collection. On the beaches of Waikiki during the late 1940s and 1950s, the guests of hotels like the Moana and the Royal Hawaiian would be greeted with leis and given passes to take surfing lessons from the Beach Boys at the Outrigger Canoe Club. Meigs was almost certainly there too, taking in the scene as inspiration for this "Surfboard" print.

XS (0-2), S (4-6), M (8-10), L (12-14), XL (16)

Fabric & Construction
  • Cut and sewn overseas
  • 100% Rayon
  • Center Front Length from highpoint of shoulder to hem
  • 36" for size Small, with a 3/4" grade by size
  • Short sleeves, front yokes
  • Side seam pockets
  • Button placket with real coconut buttons 
  • Easy fit, drapes well
  • Fabric weight 129 g/sm

 

About Western Aloha

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Inspired by Hawai‘i Island–home to a true American original, thepaniolo or Hawaiian cowboy–Western Aloha embodies the island’s authentic mix of outdoor, western and Hawaiian cultures. Founded by owner Paul Sullivan, Western Aloha celebrates the Hawai‘i lifestyle, combining the performance of western shirts with the spirit of aloha. The brand designs “everywhere-able” clothing and gear inspired by and made on the Orchid Isle.  

From beach to bar, sea to snow, and Waimea to Waikīkī, you can happily wear Western Aloha with its relaxed look that pushes the edge. The company’s story is about connecting one of the most culturally and geographically diverse regions on earth to anyone who enjoys living or desires to embody the aloha lifestyle. Succeeding with style and grace, this unique brand helps you stay true to the aloha spirit while living your dreams. No matter where you reside, bring the Big Island home with #WesternAloha.

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