50TH STATE FLOWER

Spooner Kloth
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This print was first introduced in 1981 and was an instant classic. Rows of horizontally placed hibiscus flowers dancing over open ground.

2 in stock
  • Spooner Kloth™ - 55% cotton, 45% polyester
  • Classic fit: Cut with a little extra room through the chest and body, with side vent and back box pleat for relaxed comfort.
  • Pullover: Classic fit with a popover style 4-button closure.
  • Tailored: Trimmer than traditional aloha shirts with rounded shirt tail for a contemporary and modern untucked look.
  • Button-down collar
  • Print-matched left chest pocket
  • Reverse Print
  • Wrinkle free; machine wash cold, tumble dry low
  • Designed in Hawaii

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Origins of a Classic

In 1959, President Eisenhower signed a proclamation admitting Hawai'i into the Union, officially becoming the 50th State in the United States. This print celebrates Hawai'i and our state flower, the pua aloalo (hibiscus). Before being named the official state flower, the pua aloalo was recognized as the emblem of Hawai'i and represented royalty, joy, and respect.

When visiting the islands, you will find this stunning flower blooming with its branches climbing up to 15ft tall, and you’ll often see it tucked behind the ears of local wahines.

This archival pareau design captures the natural simplicity and beauty of the hibiscus and is one of our most beloved heritage prints that has been a classic for decades.