Ululoa Buttondown Dress Shirt - Light Cream

The breadfruit is an important cultural commodity. The tree is valuable for building canoes and drums and the fruit provides sustenance. It is a symbol of inspiration and growth. Often a family will place the child’s umbilical cord in the ground and an `ulu tree is planted so that the keiki will grow likewise. “Inspire everlasting growth!”


Literal: Name of star. (Appears on the night of Muku, month of Mahoe-Mua.)
Figurative: Eternal Growth


Product Details

  • Fabric: 55% cotton/45% rayon
  • Sig Zane signature collection
  • Left chest pocket
  • Contrast fabric on interior placket edges
  • Curved hem
  • Sig Zane embroidery
  • Machine wash


*Note: Sizing is different from the classic Sig Zane Designs fit please consider sizing up or going with your "true" size. Mahalo!

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