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STYLE NEWS

STYLISH GUYS IN HAWAIIAN SHIRTS

By Gavin Jewkes, May 9, 2017

This summer, we're putting our full weight behind the Hawaiian shirt. And that's not just because it's the correct thing to wear while sinking cocktails in a beach bar or firing up the barbecue. The '50s staple has a rich history and, thanks to tapping into two key contemporary trends (revere-collared shirts and print clashing), they're definitely worth serious summer '17 consideration. Just ask these guys.

brooklyn beckham in a hawaiian shirt

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Brooklyn Beckham

He's at least the second most stylish man in the Beckham family, so it comes as no surprise that Brooklyn knows how to rock a Hawaiian shirt with flair. Pairing his with some black jeans and red Vans, this is a nice, simple way to pull off a notoriously tricky-to-wear item.

jared leto in a hawaiian shirt

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Jared Leto

Arguably the most Messianic-looking of all Coachella regulars, Leto wears his Hawaiian shirt with dip-dyed hair and some seriously holier-than-thou body language. Strong.

harry styles in a hawaiian shirt

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Harry Styles

When he's not channeling Mick Jagger with his rocker flourishes, Harry Styles does a nice line in '50s Vegas vibes, rocking a boxy blue Hawaiian-print top (barely buttoned, obviously) with distinctly unsummery skinny black jeans and suede Chelsea boots.

wiz khalifa in a hawaiian shirt

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Wiz Khalifa

Wiz is the crown prince of prints, so it makes sense he has an aloha shirt or two in his arsenal. This nightclub-ready number is bang on-trend with its '70s print clash vibes and the rapper's equally covetable orange cap and general Khalifa-ness keeps it firmly out of fun uncle territory.

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