If you’re sticking to solid or minimally patterned Hawaiian shirts, you’re just not doing it right. This is your entryway to acceptably busy, loud, and out-there garments. And while it’s on you to further down that rabbit-hole in other portions of your closet, you should at least take advantage of it here.
Freenote’s latest made-in-USA Hawaiian shirt is an indigo-dyed Japanese linen number that’s a great choice for those who have a bone to pick with rayon. It gets you right on track with a remarkable (read: badass) all-over ice tiger imagery that, thanks to its minimal range of tones, is really easy on the eyes for a such a fun, busy piece.
Classic details include a camp collar, and short sleeves with pleated shoulder seams, while upgraded and updated ones include custom trocas shell buttons, 1/8″ double needle stitching, and a rounded hem.
Available for $260 at Freenote.