The Tiare is the national flower of Tahiti. As a symbol of their love of flowers, many songs and dances have been written for the Tiare. Each stage of the blossoming is given a special name which represents that particular time of the day. Te Tiare is the name given to the bud when it has opened just slightly, at noon! This design is our way of honoring the Tahitian culture and expressing our respect for our Polynesian ʻohana!
If one looked toward the uplands from Mokuola, the puʻu just in the background of the historic downtown area would grab some attention. Famous for a bamboo grove that was used in ceremony, the hill affords an incredible view of the lands of Hanakahi.
This bias-cut top is our offering meant to bring a comfortable twist to dressing up. No matter if you're picking tangerines in the yard or on your way to lunch with friends, the Hālaʻi top is an easy, versatile piece for any occasion.
Fabric is machine-washable 100% cotton. Model is wearing XS