The Kula Short Tank Sundress
in 100% Rayon Blue
The word "Kula' in Hawaiian means 'open dry field', which needed to be distinguished from the very important 'open wet field' where taro could be grown. Features a plumeria lei, yellow hibiscus and palm fronds. A very attractive mid to large size print!.
Straight-fitting tank style dress. Sleeveless with bra friendly straps and a scoop neckline. Made by Ky Clothing of Honolulu.
Our Price... $40.00
(Shipping = $9.00 for the first item, $5.00 each additional)
|Sizes are garment measurements, not body
measurements. Allow some room to move!
"100% Cotton. Wash by hand in cold water. Mild
no bleach, line dry. Cool iron only."
Considered the staple starch of traditional Polynesian cuisine, taro is both a common and prestigious food item that was first introduced to the Polynesian islands by prehistoric seafarers of Southeast Asian derivation. The tuber itself is prepared in various ways, including baking, steaming in earth ovens (umu or imu), boiling, and frying. The famous Hawaiian staple poi is made by mashing steamed taro roots with water.