Vintage 1960s Ui-Maikai Mens Cotton Hawaiian Shirt Size L

Vintage 1960s Ui-Maikai Mens Cotton Hawaiian Shirt Size L


Going to the Hukilau? We’ve got your shirt! Bright red cotton is printed with the Hawaiian islands, tropical fish, airplanes, boats, compasses, and tropical flowers in deep red and black outlined with gold. This is a classic in excellent vintage condition. Feel like you’re on vacation every time you wear this! Includes breast pocket and patterned metal buttons. 100% cotton, machine wash cold, tumble dry low

Chest 52”

Waist 52”

Hip 52”

29” from top center of shoulder to hem

Fashion from The RetroFab are second hand vintage, newer, or new with tags. They may have small flaws, which will be detailed in descriptions.

Tiki culture may have evolved after WW II introduced American soldiers to Asian cultures. The book and subsequent Broadway hit South Pacific along with a huge show of Polynesian artifacts at MOMA also fueled the rise of Tiki fever. In the 1950s and 60s, Tiki bars, restaurants, and hotels popped up across the nation. Exotic cocktails and Tiki inspired fashions and music became popular. Tiki popularity waned during the Vietnam War, but there’s still a thriving subculture of Tiki enthusiasts.

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