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14942731 No.14942731 [Reply] [Original]

additionally, what kind of shirt is this, is this a hawaii shirt or sth else?

>> No.14942736

off course, it's a 1987 Double Decker pattern with a PMS319 Pantone turquoise tint

>> No.14942752
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who is that

>> No.14943730

I understand your sarcasm, but why shouldn't someone with deeper knowledge of patterns used in fashion know whether this pattern is just random or maybe is a traditional one, for instance the patterns in genuine hawaii shirts are not random but copied from patterns used for generations in hawaiian culture...

>> No.14944003

Is there something like la lexicon of patterns or pattern types used in fashion?

>> No.14944987
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could be Japanese?

>> No.14946218


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Or could be a palaka, early 1900 hawaiian work shirt, predates the hawaiian shirt as we know it since the 1930s. The designs of a palaka are simpler and more geometric

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