David Shepard Hawaii

Violet Hāpuʻu and ‘ilima Long Scarf

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"From the beaches of Waikīkī to the lush forests of upper Mānoa valley, this design embodies the range of resources found from ma uka to ma kai (mountain to ocean). Featured is a sort of yin yang play between the native Hāpu’u tree fern found in the mountains and the O’ahu island flower ‘ilima found growing on the coast.

Features:

Multi-purpose pareo or sarong. Fold in half to use as a beach cover-up, wrap like a scarf, shawl, tie behind the neck for a simple stylish dress. The possibilities are endless. Dimensions of fabric 72 inches x 53 inches. Limited quantity print. Hand-drawn fabric print illustrations. Designed, cut, and sewn in Hawai‘i on imported fabric.

Made with draping 100% rayon viscose twill fabric. Rayon viscose is a fiber that is intended as a silk substitute derived from wood pulp, making it a natural fabric that is more breathable than cotton. No plastic, polyester, or cotton used here; instead, enjoy this all-natural wood pulp fiber with a luxurious silk texture. Machine wash and dry on a gentle setting."