Snazzy bright yellow sport coat from Michael/Stern, Rochester.
Approx. Size 36R, but please check measurements below
Condition: Very good
Mark/Label: Michaels / Stern, Tailored in Rochester
One of a kind vintage item. Get it before it's gone.
Polyester with patch pockets with flap, two button front, notch lapel and two buttons on the sleeve. Buttons are brass. Single vent in the back. This jacket as yellow lining and two interior pockets. The go to jacket for hot summer weather. Looks equally at home with a polo shirt and a pair of jeans or more dressed up with slacks and a knit tie. This coat is washable. This jacket is on the small size, approximately a 336R so please check your measurements.
Approx. Size: Label Size Small, but fits extra small. Please check measurements below. Condition: Very good Mark/Label: Created in Hawaii For Diamond Head Sportswear, International Marketplace Waikiki
Fabulous vintage Hawaiian shirt by Diamond Head Sportswear which was located at the old International Market Place at Waikiki. Short sleeve with bold stripes of bright yellow, white and brown along with stylized 60s mod plumeria and hibiscus. Four pearl buttons plus one small button with collar loop. Patch pocket. Care label recommends washing in cold and pressing with cool iron.
Approx. Size: Label Size Medium but this shirt is small, please check measurements below. Condition: Very good Mark/Label: Kaikamahine Honolulu Size M, Machine wash warm One of a kind vintage item. Get it before it’s gone.
1960s vintage Hawaiian shirt in cotton barkcloth. Tiki design from Kaikamahine Honolulu. Short sleeve. Four plastic buttons look like metal. One breast patch pocket. Classic Tiki design. Cotton barkcloth. Kaikamahine means daughter or niece in the Hawaiian language.
Approx. Size: Label Size Large but this shirt is small, please check measurements below. Condition: Very good Mark/Label: McInerny Honululu, Since, 1850, Iolani Classic One of a kind vintage item. Get it before it’s gone.
Classic Hawaiian collared shirt from the 1960s. Short sleeve. Abstract Polynesian print in green, gold and brown. 5 fabric wrapped buttons plus one smaller at the top with collar loop. Inline breast pocket.
McInerny began opening small boutique-type stores in Waikiki after World War II catering to a booming tourist market. Once one of Honolulu's biggest department stores, McInerny had become a resort retailer fighting to return to profitability in the face of Japanese spending declines that were amplified after 9/11. McInerny permanently closed in 2002. The Iolani exclusive means it was from a shop near Iolani Palace in Honolulu.