Due to Japan's close connection with Hawaii, Japanese designs of kimono fabrics have been used for Aloha Shirts since the 1920s. The Land of the Fujiyama Shirt represents typical Japanese motifs.
A Traditional vintage print with old school surfers, hula girls, swordfishes and ukulele musicians, which celebrates Hawaiian Aloha life.
It's a match: For the patterns to align perfectly each shirt has to be matched in a painstaking, hand-crafted process.
That fabric that caresses your skin even in the thick of summer is viscose. It is breathable and cooling when hot – very much unlike cotton or, worse, polyester.
Coconut buttons are all natural and quintessential for an original Aloha Shirt. Which is exactly why we put them on each and every Micky Oye shirt.
Aloha shirts have a particular cut. They make you look casual – but the seams are hard to master.
Finest and delightful tunes for all Aloha Shirt lovers.