The Kona Tube Top Ankle Length Sundress
This print shows off more of the lovely colors of the Hibiscus flower than almost any other. Features cream, white, pink, red and gold hibiscus flowers with leaves all against a pristine white fabric. Long cut 45", without ruffles. Ties over the shoulder or wear without straps if desired.
Kona is a rich garden area, despite being in the lee of the rains. Elastic top holds securely and safely, the shoulder straps add extra security.
One size fits most. Tailored to fall above the ankle. Hawaiian. Made by Kys of Honolulu and ships US Mail from Hawaii.
In the Hawaiian language, kona means leeward or dry side of the island, as opposed to ko‘olau which means windward or the wet side of the island. In the times of Ancient Hawaiʻi, Kona was the name of the leeward district on each major island. In Hawai‘i, the Pacific anticyclone provides moist prevailing northeasterly winds to the Hawaiian islands, resulting in rain when the winds contact the windward landmass of the islands - the winds subsequently lose their moisture and travel on to the leeward (or kona) side of the island.