Have you ever pretended that you were in the cast of of Hawaii Five-O, the detective/police TV series procedural? And have you gone as far (like this fashion blogger) as to wonder what you would wear if you were hired as an extra just to walk around in the background there? Then boy, have we got the answer for you, and it comes straight from our Strunway vault and racks, too; in the form of a navy blue Hawaiian-flower print and patterned shirt for all you surfer-loving dudes to purchase and to maybe also quelch any lingering kind of li'l hunch a certain blog writer may have regarding an outfit's "Hawaiian Punch."
But if you are down and interested in placating a certain blog writer in their police procedural extra-like daydreams and wouldn't mind continuing pretending that you may just want to pack a bit more punch into an outfit you could possibly wear as an extra eating at the Craft Foods table for lunch, then may we suggest the next Strunway piece to your imaginary outfit? Thank you and please. We figured since the shirt kind of says it all, loud and proud in its fashionable floral-y gall, that you would probably want to tone it down on the bottom with a more classic hue of sorts. Like - a pair of white flat front shorts.
And continuing on down, too, with a casual beige loafer for your shoe. But no extra's ensemble would be complete without that of their character's backstory told for the small screen by some well-placed accessories: A white woven belt of leather may suggest that the character's somewhat clever in toning it down just enough when it comes to all sartorial stuff; or perhaps by wearing a simple brown leather bracelet on his wrist that he's ready to work, something serious. But again, this is only if you were willing to placate and quelch a certain blog writer's "Hawaiian Punch" ... when meeting at the Craft Foods table for lunch.