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New Aloha Shirts from Reyn Spooner and Roberta Oaks

New Aloha Friday ensembles for him and her.


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He says football. She says Grey’s Anatomy.
He says Pizza Hut. She says gourmet.
He says “Open relationship?” She says, “Hell to the no.”

 

Sometimes his and her’s communication can be a real gender bender. When both of you are speaking totally different languages, it’s a miracle anything gets done at all.

 

At least there are a couple of things that both guys and dolls can agree to love: new swag and the aloha spirit, both of which you’ll find in the upcoming Reyn Spooner spring 2016 collection and Roberta Oaks’ new batch of ladies’ shirts. These button-down classics will keep both the king and queen of the hale looking sharp in their own special ways come Aloha Friday, with understated masculine or sweet feminine details.  

 

Take a peek at the upcoming Reyn Spooner collection, with its palette of soft, sun-bleached and reverse-print button-downs sporting calming sailboats, frisky fish and native ferns. Less flash and more class make these pieces ideal for office-to-evening adventures, and we are absolutely loving the attention to details, such as contrasting cuff patterns and nods to local art.

 

For the ladies, it’s all about bright, vibrant colors at Roberta Oaks, where fun peach, electric purple, eye-catching teal and sassy pink set the scene for a tropical garden of tops that have real feminine flair. A flattering, tailored ladies fit (hips welcome!) sets babes apart from the boys, while the Island-inspired florals keep them perfectly in line with the Hawaiian dress code.

 

Now we're talkin'.

 

Reyn Spooner collection available in November, reynspooner.com. Roberta Oaks shirts, $98, robertaoaks.com.

 

READ MORE STORIES BY NATALIE SCHACK

 

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