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Promoted item:36" Kitchen Island Mount Stainless Steel & Glass Range Hood Digital Display

36" Kitchen Island Mount Stainless Steel & Glass Range Hood Digital Display

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  • Stainless Steel
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About Island

The Aloha shirt is typical Hawaiian styled clothing. It is one of the highest grossing textile exports of the Hawaiian textile manufacturing industry. The Aloha shirt is short sleeved, collard, and is available in an array of bright colored floral motifs or generic Polynesian designs. The shirts usually have buttons running from the collar till the bottom of the shirt, and also have a sewn in left chest pocket. These shirts are worn by both men and women; however women's shirts have a lower-cut, v-neck style. The origins of the Aloha shirt could be traced back to the arrival of the Congregational and Presbyterian missionaries in to the Hawaiian kingdom. These Christian missionaries forced native men to wear quick-sewn shirts made up of different materials that were available at the time. The first commercially made Aloha shirts were manufactured, in 1930 by a Chinese merchant named Ellery Chun. He owned a clothing and dry goods store, in Waikiki called King-Smith. He made the shirts from old kimono materials he had leftover in stock. The term Aloha shirt was coined by the Honolulu Advertiser newspaper, and Chun trademarked the name. The first ever advertisement for the Aloha shirt was placed in the Honolulu Advertiser on June 28, 1935. These shirts were an instant hit with local residents. After the second World War major celebrities in the US began wearing Aloha shirts, which led to its popularity in the United States and slowly spread all over the world.