The Lime Light
The Lime Light
While waistin' away in margaritaville, this'll be your main squeeze.
- Made fresh in Bali, limited edition
- Multi-use (bikini cover-up, headscarf, playful top, bag decor, etc.)
- 100% rayon mini-sarong with easy-to-tie ends
- One size fits most: 62in x 16.5in
- Island-to-hip designs
- Rolled hem stitching
Size Guide for Guys
Guys differ in size. These are approximations, in inches
Measurements refer to body size, not shirt dimensions
1) Where did these shirt designs come from?
Straight outta Bali. We explored over 40 fabric shops to find the absolute freshest designs on the island. Some were just too good to let chill there. We water (wash) these flowers and give them a new life. Like when Kanye reworked Ray Charles "I've Got a Woman" to create “Gold Digger.” You bet we're working with young talented local artists on some special designs too.
2) How do these shirts fit?
The Hawaiinot Collection is our “regulaxed” remix of the typical Hawaiian shirt. None of that boxy shape, wizard sleeve play where you can't see or lick your elbow. Make sure the lovely ladies you surround yourself with can see a little bicep and a hint of your latest workouts (I asked a few, they want that, just don't be weird about it *cough cough* no coughing noises to draw attention *cough cough*).
We also have some slim-reg fitting SSBDs (short sleeve button-downs) coming for ya – “the private island one” was a sneak preview of this fit. Roll your sleeves up and rock this versatile style in the city, on the beach, at a brunch or out at night.
3) What’s the fabric? How do I wash it? Will it shrink?
We're using rayon fabric for the regulaxed ones. Silky and strong, they feel so good on. You can make some serious moves in them. As explained on the tags though – play it cool, hand wash cold, hang to dry, no bleach just beach. After you hand wash and hang to dry, shake it out gently (referring to the shirt). Doing more, like putting it in a washing machine with jeans and towels might be a little too aggressive for this smooth fabric so we advise against it. While throwing these shirts in a dryer is as easy as getting a hangover, we once again advise against it. Would you want to tumble around in a hot dryer after being out having the time of your life? Nah, you probably just want to hang, regroup and go at it again.
We also have some cotton shirts. As explained on the tags here – play it cool, machine wash cold, hang to dry. When it comes to cotton, you’re basically wearing nature. Cotton is a natural fabric and a relatively easy one to maintain. Like your favorite DJ spins groovy tunes at a pool party, you can spin your cotton garment in a washing machine. After machine-washing it, you have a couple options. You can choose to either machine dry or hang dry your button-buddy. We all love the heat, but keep in mind that high temperatures in the dryer could put cotton garments at risk of shrinkage. Yes I said the “s” word – sorry, ladies. You might also get some wrinkles (classic cotton), but nothing a little ironing can’t handle.
4) Do the shirts fit girls?
Of course. Have you seen the pics? As an inevitable side effect of creating a bloomin' remix of the guys' classic Hawaiian shirt, girls look great in them too.
Depending on how she likes her shirts to fit, we'd recommend sizing her shirts similarly to how she'd expect one of your hoodies or t-shirts to fit. But remember guys, just like with those hoodies and college tees, be careful letting her wear yours. You may never see it again.
5) How does the sunglass loop work?
Simple as putting on flip flops. You end up dartying (act of partying during the day) longer than you thought, so long that it actually gets dark outside and you realize you don't want to be the guy wearing sunglasses at night. Nor do you want them to break when you’re breaking out your best/worst moves. Or you just want to look deeply into a lovely lady’s eyes for a second. Whatever the scenario, keep your sunglasses in the front pocket loop and have even less to worry about.
6) What are these buttons?
These aren’t your everyday plastic button, these are fine finished coconuttons. The lighter ones are from baby coconuts. Treat them nicely. We attach a couple to the shirt in case a button or two don't survive your adventures.
7) Does Kenny really live with his grandma?Yep. 100%