Sitting under the Toyo Enterprise parasol, Sun Surf is the Japanese giant’s outlet for mid-century style open-collar shirts, many of which have that Hawaiian charm that makes for the most perfect summer garment. If you haven’t had the chance to feel the tactile rayon that Sun Surf uses for its shirts in real life, then try to get to it after lockdown—because in the words of Eddie Cochran—”it’s something else”.
Screen printed from original designs of the 1930s-50s, this Sun Surf button-up is made from the aforementioned natural crepe rayon. This design specifically features an elegant design of Cormorants fishing in a scene of rich blues that pop out amongst beige and burnished tones. The shirt is finished with coconut buttons, a square hem, and a woven Sun Surf neck label.
Available at Clutch Cafe for $275