The New York Post is reporting that Hawaiian shirts are BACK! In style, that is.
Veering more and more toward all things casual, menswear designers have caught wind. This season, everyone from the high end (Valentino, Dries Van Noten) to the high street (Topman, J.Crew) is offering a spin on the Aloha shirt, which for years was disregarded as “humorous, garish or tacky,” Hope writes.
This is great news for Tommy Bahama enthusiast Andy Reid, who is known for his Hawaiian shirts.
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