Hey party creatures , your time has come.
It seems like every summer, a few new style trend takes the world by storm. Whether it's some sort of mad -looking sandal or a style of sunglasses, there is usually some hot item that everyone should wear.
This season, it is apparently Hawaiian shirts.
The vibrant and distinctively patterned tops are making a comeback this season, based on The Hollywood Reporter. The news outlet reports that portion of the allure of the tops is the vast array of styles they come in, that enable the wearer more freedom to express themselves.
The trend was apparently inspired by a shirt recently worn by David Beckham at Miami. The Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello shirt allegedly motivated more people to try to pull off the colorful, yet casual look that Beckham went with.
The modern Hawaiian shirt first appeared in Hawaii at a certain stage in the 1920s or'30s, Smithsonian Magazine reports. It is believed that the design came from kimono fabric that Japanese women adapted into men's shirts. The tops apparently hit on the mainland not long afterwards, however, and by the 1940s, they had become a fashion staple.
It is believed that the tops' early popularity was due to the fact they were originally difficult to acquire throughout the majority of the United States and that they represented a status symbol. By the'60s, the shirts had become commonplace and had taken their place in pop culture and were worn by everyone from Elvis Presley to President Richard Nixon.