I know this shirt probably isn't that exciting, but it's a type
of Hawaiian shirt that deserves some discussion. Back in the 40s and 50s, with the popularity of rayon print shirts,
many men who weren't likely to wear anything so loud, opted instead for shirts with simpler patterns. This is an
Artvogue Aloha Kanaka print, and back when I first got into this business I used to wear this shirt all the time.
I like the color.