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Hawaii Menswear: Aloha Shirts get fresh

Mixing in playful patterns and unexpected layers, three local gents use their signature styles to create fresh looks around the classic aloha shirt.


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Downtown Dapper



Leather Soul Downtown.
Photos: David Croxford
 

Justin Cariaga

OCCUPATION:  Boutique manager, Leather Soul Downtown

ALOHA STYLE: Clean, sharp, slim cuts

THE SHIRT: Trades shirt, $98, Roberta Oaks, 19 N. Pauahi St., 808-428-1214.

THE EXTRAS: Ludlow pique blazer, $328, Wallace and Barnes Fishtail shorts, $98,  J.Crew-on-the-island, Ala Moana Center, 808-949-5252. Hillside linen pocket square, $45, Alden cordovan tassel loafers, $630, Leather Soul Downtown, 119 Merchant St. #100, 808-523-7700.
 

City Surfer



Oliver Men's Shop.
 

Parker Moosman

OCCUPATION: Owner, Oliver Men’s Shop

ALOHA STYLE: Laidback, vintage, surf

THE SHIRT: Jachs Jakarta shirt, $64, Oliver Men’s Shop, 49 Kihapai St., 808-261-6587.

THE EXTRAS: CSaw Saxe cotton shorts, $150, Brixton fedora, $48, JbyJ anchor, $25, and braided leather, $6, bracelets, By Chari wood bead bracelet, $35, Oliver Men’s Shop.
 

Urban Artist



Kicks Hawaii.

Warren Daubert

OCCUPATION: Art director

ALOHA STYLE: Urban, functional, cool

THE SHIRT: Duke Kahanamoku shirt, $84, Hilo Hattie, 700 N. Nimitz Hwy., 808-535-6500.

THE EXTRAS: Stussy Harold tank, $32, Nike SB Janoski canvas sneakers, $78, Kicks Hawaii, 1530 Makaloa St., 808-941-9191. Cotton pants, $395, Emporio Armani, Ala Moana Center, 808-951-8475. Bowtie, $55, J.Crew-on-the-island, Ala Moana Center, 808-949-5252.

 

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