8 Best Selling Hawaiian T-shirts For Holiday
Hawaiian Shirt Guide
The Origin of the Hawaiian Shirt
Why was this important?
Aloha shirts have deep Japanese roots, as Japanese immigrants brought bright kimono fabrics. Filipino and Chinese immigrants also brought barong talongs and colorful silks. These foreign influences, paired with native Hawaiian Kapa cloth garments, helped create the Hawaiian shirt. In the 1920s, Hawaiian student Gordon Young worked with his mother's tailor to make a "pre-aloha shirt". Japanese Toyo cloth made of kimono is used. Patterns include blue or black bamboo and a geometric pattern on a white background. Soon, these became popular among fellow Hawaiian students. It wasn't until the 1930s that Aloha shirts really started to take off. Soon after, Hawaiian shirts began to be mass produced. Shaheen, the largest textile company manufacturer at the time, hired a team of artists to design new patterns for the fabrics. The artists experimented with prints and made non-traditional coconut trees, oriental fish and surfers.
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