Hawaiian shirts, minus the sleeves? How 2 N.J. teens hope to spark a trend

The shirts are sold on www.kahunas.life for $24.99. The teens said they are planning more designs. (Courtesy www.kahunas.life) 

WESTFIELD — Just a few years ago, a raggedy Hawaiian shirt patterned with pineapples and surfers at a thrift store caught the eye of a 17-year-old high school student. Two years later, he’s running a Hawaiian shirt business, with a twist. 

Luke Beaulieu, now 19, is half of the brains behind Kahunas Sleeveless Hawaiians, a company that modernizes traditional Hawaiian shirts by cutting off the sleeves.

He and his best friend, Michael Stokes, also 19, first …read more

Source: NJ.com Union

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