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Tybee, Limited Edition Printed Cotton Hawaiian Shirt
Tybee, Limited Edition Printed Cotton Hawaiian Shirt
Tybee, Limited Edition Printed Cotton Hawaiian Shirt
Tybee, Limited Edition Printed Cotton Hawaiian Shirt
Tybee, Limited Edition Printed Cotton Hawaiian Shirt
Tybee, Limited Edition Printed Cotton Hawaiian Shirt
Tybee, Limited Edition Printed Cotton Hawaiian Shirt
Tybee, Limited Edition Printed Cotton Hawaiian Shirt
Tybee, Limited Edition Printed Cotton Hawaiian Shirt
Tybee, Limited Edition Printed Cotton Hawaiian Shirt

Tybee, Limited Edition Printed Cotton Hawaiian Shirt

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Tybee, Limited Edition Printed Cotton Hawaiian Shirt

Description

Our Japanese printed poplins are tailored by our workshop with single needle double layer side seams, Kufner interlining in plackets, collar and cuffs, genuine Tagua Nut (Corozo) buttons.

Onsloe Curator 

Although I would not refer to Hawaiian Shirts as a component of a traditional wardrobe, they are a nice addition. Hawaiian Shirts date back to the early 1920-30's. The original was printed in Japan and sold by a dry-goods store in Honolulu, Hawaii. We took our cue from the original, and found a beautifully printed fabric from Japan, and tailored it with a camp collar. Wear with shorts and sneakers to the beach or barbecue!

Details

Onsloe signature logo curtain at side seams.

Content 

100% Cotton Woven and Printed in Japan. Small Batch Weaving/Printing.

Warranty 

3-Year "Wear-No Tear"

Delivery 

As we make every single piece just for you, please allow 10 working days for our tailors to complete your order, and an additional 4 days for transit. 

Care Instructions

Machine wash warm with like colors / Do not bleach / Line dry / Cool iron if needed / or Dry Clean

Returns 

30 Days Free Return on all orders. NOTE! Personal Monogram voids return privileges.

 

“Tradition is not the worship of ashes, but the preservation of fire.” 

Gustav Mahler, 1860-1911