Lahaʻole Designs

Anuhea Romper in Black Naupaka

Naupaka, nau.paka: n. native species of shrubs (scaevola) found in the mountains and near the coast of the Hawaiian island chain.

The Hawaiian legend tells how Princess Naupaka fell in love with a commoner, a fisherman named Kau’i. In ancient times this was forbidden. Therefore Naupaka was banished to live in the mountain, and Kau’i forced to live near the ocean. The flower grows naturally as a little white half flower because the lovers were torn apart. Some say, if you pick a flower near the ocean, and try to walk it to the mountain it dies before it gets there, and vice versa, because the lovers can never be together again.

Pleated for slimming effect, adjustable straps, with eco friendly coconut buttons.

Details and care:

-97% Rayon, 3% Spandex


-Front pleats

-Eco friendly coconut buttons

-Handwash or dry clean, lay flat to dry.

-Designed and assembled in Hawaiʻi

Available in sizes Small to X-Large.

Model wearing size medium