Although it came from Trucker Lover Hawaiian Shirt simply a souvenir shirt (souvenir items) when coming to Hawaii starting in the 1930s. Locals have printed images on the shirts using indigenous fabrics or bark. The prints are a fusion of exotic flowers, plants and the ocean under multi-ethnic cultural influences including Tahitian, Japanese and Filipino (also partly based on indigenous culture and spirituality) . Later, the Americans felt the potential of this shirt in business, so they printed on industrial shirts, reducing color details and cumbersome to create the popular Hawaiian shirt products like now. time and still retain some of the spirit of this archipelago.
Trucker Lover Hawaiian Shirt
Trucker Lover Hawaiian Shirt also known as Aloha shirt, is actually a product of a far East country – Japan. The shirt is said to have been born in the second half of the 19th and early 20th centuries when Japanese people immigrated to Hawaii. They used scraps or cuts from old kimonos to recreate loose-fitting silk blouses to suit the Hawaiian climate as well as pay tribute to the traditions and culture of their roots with distinctive motifs. such as Mount Fuji, Koi carp or characters in the folk stories of Phu Tang. Gradually over time, the shirt was also influenced by many trends and more diverse motifs were born.
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.