Joined: Dec 28, 2005
From: Mission Beach, CA
|Posted: 2007-12-09 11:48 am  Permalink|
Once called "the Brooks Brothers of the Pacific" Reyn Spooner Hawaiian Traditionals began in 1956 in Waikiki with one sewing machine and continues to create exceptional aloha wear to this day. I'm betting you've got at least one of their vintage beauties hanging in your closet right now.
Well, their contemporary designs are just as worthy of a space in your collection and Freaky Boutiki's got 'em!
These guys are proud of their history and it shows in their patterns. How many of you grabbed one of their sweet Trader Vic's shirts? Heck I even got an extra for when I wear out the first! ...and when Disney wanted to re-create their Enchanted Tikiroom host shirts who did they go to? Yep. (I think this is supposed to be a secret so ietquay aboutway ethay isneyDay irtshay)
Reyn's patterns last only a season or two before being retired forever so get your future-vintage shirt now before the mad rush!
Here's just a few samples of our currant stock to wet your whistle! New Papuan and Tahitian patterns coming soon! - Hodaddy
Swell tiki details, eh?
(Sure a new shirt costs more than an old shirt, but imagine the time you'll save trying to get the BO & BBQ stains out of that "fabulous" old rag you found at the Kiwanis yard sale! )
[ This Message was edited by: hodadhank 2008-02-19 18:37 ]