Freenote Chills Out in Their Japanese Indigo-Dyed Linen Ice Tiger Hawaiian Shirt
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.