The Hana Dancing Queen Halter Top Tea Length Sundress
in 100% Green Cotton
Hana Beach has a surfing culture all its own, even garnering a movie in 2002. Hana is one of the most peaceful, gentle places you can find. Bottom hem tailoring makes your walk into a graceful glide. The ruffles let your feet move with ease so you can dance all night long.
Two toned hibiscus flowers and palm frond make up two separate leis. The first is large, and features twin flowers. The second is smaller and the leaves and flowers are all in a line. Both leis spiral down the wearer's body rather than falling verically. Made to tie behind the neck and leaves the shoulders and back open.
Tailored to fall just below the knee. Made by Kys of Honolulu and ships US Mail from Hawaii.
Our Price... $69.00
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The winding, famously scenic Hana Highway was completed in 1926. Originally paved with gravel, it provided the first land vehicle access to the town. Hana's population peaked in the first half of the twentieth century, with a population of about 3500. Here is found the Pi'i-lani Temple, the largest sacred bulding (church) in all Hawaii.