We wish it was ready now too! We're doing everything we can to get it back asap. This shirt is very popular and sold out faster than we anticipated. We are also dealing with the supply chain delays that are all over the news these days. Unfortunately, that is beyond our control. Some things just run on Aloha time.
The good news is that we've got the fabric to make these shirts in El Paso. So we recommend preordering now to reserve yours for the run of shirts we're making, as these will likely sell out quickly again. Thank you very much for your patience and interest in our shirts.
“Pareu” is the Tahitian word for a lightweight printed cotton fabric that was first imported into Polynesia by the French during the early 1800s. During the 1930s, the motifs and colors of the pareu influenced the prints used in Hawaii for Aloha shirts. By the 1950s, pareu prints had become a distinct and popular style for Aloha shirts. This pareu is named after Makawao, one of our favorite Maui Paniolo towns. Our pareu print appears on this women’s rayon pant, great for layering on top of a swimsuit or paired with a tank for a sunset walk on the beach.
Fabric & Construction
Lightweight, super soft, 100% rayon
Elastic waist, self fabric drawcord with cotton tassels