“Pareu” is the Tahitian word for a lightweight printed cotton fabric that was first imported into Polynesia by the French during the early 1800s. This midcentury-inspired pareu features the flower of the sandalwood tree, a native Big Island tree highly prized for its fragrant wood. For an iconic Hawaiian tree with such beautiful flowers, the sandalwood is at times overlooked as an inspiration for Aloha and Pareu prints.
Fabric & Construction
Lightweight, super soft, 100% rayon
Elastic waist, self fabric drawcord with cotton tassels
Patch pockets at sides, elastic hem.
Drapey, relaxed fit
Great for layering on top of a swimsuit or paired with a tank for a sunset walk on the beach.