Deadstock 1960s Hawaiian Print Sateen Makes Its Way Into Runabout Goods’ Vacation Shirts
Summer is officially upon us, so why not celebrate the sunny days ahead with some vintage-inspired gear from Runabout Goods? You don’t have to travel back in time to appreciate the easy-going mid-1960s Hawaiian gift shop vibes brought on by the new Vacation Shirts.
Inspiration meets reality with these popover shirts, which were cut and sewn using a 50z. deadstock 1960s wet-printed sateen cotton fabric that features some fun and tropical floral print patterns reminiscent of everyone’s favorite square-shaped sponge who dwells in Bikini Bottom. The single chest pocket is matched with classic two-hole Japanese melamine buttons and they’re even cut in a true 1960s vintage fit. If you’re going to talk the talk, you might as well walk the walk too.
Available for $145 at Standard & Strange.