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Hi Biscus

item: 1956-ME12

A well known and beloved flower, the hibiscus is a symbol for many cultures. Traditionally worn by Tahitian and Hawaiian girls, a flower tucked behind her left ear means she is married or has a boyfriend. When worn on the right, she is openly available for a relationship. In this fun mini-repeat print, a single hibiscus is highlighted with a contrast color. Keep your cool regardless of your relationship status in this fun cotton lawn, a proprietary fabric known for its stellar performance in hot and humid climates.

$98.00
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Product Details

  • 100% Cotton Lawn
  • Proprietary hand and finish developed exclusively by Tori Richard
  • Laser engraved buttons with pacific blue accent
  • Cutaway collar
  • Matched pocket
  • Made in Hawai'i, USA
  • Machine washable
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