Just in time for summer, we’ve brought in tons of new Vintage Hawaiian Shirts for your buying pleasure! From classic hibiscus prints to mermaids and dragons, scroll through to see a few of our new favorites and then check out the rest of our collection!
Bird of Paradise Vintage Hawaiian$39.99
Made in: Hawaii
With a cornflower blue background vivid red and green foliage, this beauty is from the Hawaiian brand Paradise Found and in great condition!
With a vivid sunset and pairs of hula dancers, this shirt is overflowing with tropical vibes and would look great worn with black and white. After Hawaii, vintage Hawaiians made in Korea are the mark of a truly vintage piece, oftentimes from the 60s or early 70s. We love them!
I may be biased, but I have been truly in love with the brand Big Dogs since I first received a couple of perfectly worn oversized t-shirts from the brand that my mom wore in the 80s and early 90s. This shirt is prime, though, and features a picturesque scene which centers on a Big Dog going for a cruise in a sun-soaked tropical location. Lined with bright hibiscus flowers and mini palm trees along the cuffs, this vintage Hawaiian shirt has it all.
We’ve been loving the resurgence of anything Nautica over the last year, and this vintage Hawaiian is no exception. The color combo of lime green and cobalt blue is one of the more ’90s pairings (and the colors of my childhood bedroom) and makes this shirt pop. Scoop it up while we’re still reliving this glorious decade!
This vintage Hawaiian from Polo by Ralph Lauren is unique and in great condition, minus a small hole in one of the sleeves. With a beautifully detailed bandana print, this shirt is one of our absolute faves and bound to be a show-stopper.
This shirt is kinda weird and we love it for that. Made in Hawaii from the brand Tori Richard, this vintage Hawaiian features a redheaded mermaid on both the front and the back. Hanging out in the middle of a dark lagoon and lit by an impressively bright moon, this gal is one definitely worth representing.
This shirt is perhaps an homage to the Japanese roots of the Hawaiian shirt, which were first made using bright kimono fabrics. Featuring a vivid pattern of dragons and Japanese characters (please correct me if I’m wrong), this shirt packs quite the punk and is priced to be picked up fast!