7 Stylish Gifts You Can Give Your Dad For Father’s Day

This one is for the fellas.


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We love our dads, but sometimes they need a lesson in fashion. This Father’s Day, we’ve recruited five local designers (who are proud papas) to suggest gifts from their own collections for your ol’ man.

 

1. HAWAIIAN DOLPHIN NAI‘A NECKTIE, TRIBAL KAKAU NECKTIE, PINEAPPLE HIBISCUS NECKTIE, $42 EACH, PINEAPPLEPALAKA.COM2. OLD HARBOR + ALOHA BEACH CLUB MAI TAI MUG, $19, PINEAPPLE COTTON SHORTS, $154, 131 HEKILI ST., SUITE 108, KAILUA. 3. PONOHOLO ALOHA SHIRT, $110, SIGZANE.COM.  4. QUALITY PEOPLES FREE HUGS POCKET TEE, $49, QUALITYPEOPLES.COM
Photo: Aaron Yoshino 

 

kahana kalama, aloha sunday

“The thing I love about being a father is having a constant reminder not to be so selfish. My children help me understand that each person should be doing their part to impart wisdom and love on the next generation.”

 

Sig Zane, Sig zane

“The most rewarding part of what I do is being able to work with my son every day. This is one of my favorite shirt designs because Kūha‘o’s layout infuses characteristics of our heritage with a modern twist.”

 

rick abelmann, pineapple palaka

“My kids are my inspiration in working hard and are always interested in our newest tie designs! I love the handmade cards I receive from my kids each Father’s Day.  Its great to see their creativity and messages of love.”

 

Jonathan fong, pineapple palaka

“I love being a dad because my kids make me laugh all the time. Whenever I listen to their stories or watch them do things, it makes me happy.”

 

John Esguerra, quality peoples

“The best thing about being a dad is that moment I get to be a kid again and play.”

 

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