Archive print, 2006. During the 1920s and '30s, tourism flourished in Hawaii and in 1937, the famous Kodak Hula Show began on the shores of Waikiki. As the oldest hula show in Hawaii, this print pays homage to that era of Aloha with beautiful scenes of hula dancers amidst hibiscus flowers and shadows of palm trees.
Customers that wear Reyn Spooner classic Aloha shirts may want to order one size up in our Rayon Camp Shirts as they run more true to size and are a slimmer fit than our traditional Aloha shirts. If you normally wear a tailored Aloha shirt, order your true size.
- 100% Rayon
- Classic Camp style: A more tailored fit, cut with a little extra room through the chest and body, with side vent, back box pleat for relaxed comfort, and camp collar.
- Full button front closure
- Short sleeve
- Print-matched left chest pocket
- Dry cleaning recommended, or machine wash cold on gentle, hang to dry