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UNIQLO Hawaii Has Everyday Essentials for Everyone On Your Holiday List

(Sponsored) From Island-inspired graphic tees to winter-ready down jackets, the Japanese global retailer makes finding gifts a breeze.


Uniqlo Hawaii at Ala Moana Center

Photos: courtesy of uniqlo hawaii


Since opening its doors in Hawaii in January 2019, Japanese global retailer UNIQLO has become a local favorite known for its high-quality everyday clothing at an affordable price. From AIRism leggings for your favorite yogi, to wear-to-work Aloha shirts and dresses, to jackets and innerwear to keep you warm on your upcoming ski trip, and more, it’s no wonder UNIQLO is at the top of our wish lists this holiday season.


For the Fashion-Forward: UNIQLO’s all-new collaboration with Finnish design house Marimekko debuts on Black Friday. The limited-edition collection marries UNIQLO’s timeless and universal silhouettes with Marimekko’s iconic bold prints and colors. Shop the collection’s vibrant blouses, jumpsuits, dresses, accessories and more, available in styles for women, girls and babies. Prices from $6.90.


For the Athlete: UNIQLO’s line of activewear is made to wick away moisture, control heat, eliminate odor, and keep you comfortable all day long. Opt for AIRism soft leggings for the yogi on your list, men’s and women’s pocketable parkas for the hiker, and men’s and women’s DRY-EX T-shirts for life on the go. Prices from $14.90.


For Friends and Family on the Mainland: UNIQLO’s line of Hawaii-inspired graphic T-shirts celebrates the iconic brands your mainland friends and family are craving. Check out bestsellers like the Rainbow Drive-In, Hawaiian Airlines, and Leonard’s Bakery T-shirts in men’s, women’s, and kid’s styles. Also available: Matsumoto Shave Ice, Honolulu Cookie Company, Lion Coffee, Banán, Giovanni’s Shrimp Truck, and Via Gelato. Prices from $9.90 (Kids) and $14.90 (Adults).


To get started on your holiday shopping, check out @uniqlo_hawaii on Instagram, or visit uniqlo.com or the UNIQLO Hawaii store, located at Ala Moana Center next to Nordstrom.


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