This ʻAʻalahonua Shirt features our Kauhilauloa print on Jungle fabric with Pepper ink.
Roots, bark, and leaves contain poison. Pounded together, the concoction was sunk in salt-water pools to stun fish, making it easy to catch them. Tiny yellow flowers bloom and then become fruits, yellow, orange, or red. ʻĀkia is sometimes called False ʻOhelo because of it similarity.
The name is a literal observance of the plant. Its leaves are rather large in comparison to its tiny flowers. Our rendition of this print, laid out by Brittini, is a focus on both parts of the native shrub.
Relax! Spring is here. Our ʻAʻalahonua Shirts are the perfect match for the days ahead. A simple collar, button front, and the straight bottom gets you ready for dinner date or for the pau hana gathering. 55%/45% linen is the informal formal wear for now. We showcase our latest on these comfortable shirts!
55% linen, 45% cotton. Studio Model wearing size M.