Aloha attire for women is an offshoot of the Hawaiian Aloha shirt, the traditional Hawaiian muumuu, and the more formal holoku. What originated in the 1930s as a shirt for tourists made from old kimono fabric, soon became one of the most widely worn summertime looks. For many people, the love affair with Hawaiian and Polynesian fabrics has grown into avid collecting of vintage Aloha shirts and muumuus. Of course, monstervintage has a lovely assortment of vintage Hawaiian wear to share with you.
First off, is a spectacular 1960s, empire waist, full length dress made by Ui-Maikai. Embellished with aqua hibiscus flowers, this dress will be a showstopper at any summer luau.
A little more unusual is this Polynesian fabric dress made by Waltah Clarke in the 1960s.
Stand out from the crowd in this bold and fashionable print!
For more casual occasions, what could be more perfect than these colorful Hawaiian print shorts?
Another unusual find is this collectible 1940s swimsuit in great condition.
This Hawaiian style halter dress was made by Montgomery Ward in the 1970s. Made from 100% cotton, with pink and purple flowers on a refreshing white background.
This stunning short dress is sure to make a statement!
This colorful skirt can be paired with a white halter top or just thrown over a swimsuit for a bold beach look.
Make sure you are prepared for summer luaus and tiki parties with monstervintage’s Hawaiian garments!