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By Gavin Jewkes, 8 May 2017

This summer, we're putting our full weight behind the Hawaiian shirt. And that's not just because it's the correct thing to wear while sinking cocktails in a beach bar or firing up the barbecue. The 50s staple has a rich history and, thanks to tapping into two key contemporary trends (revere-collared shirts and print clashing), they're definitely worth serious summer '17 consideration, too. Just ask these guys.

brooklyn beckham in a hawaiian shirt

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Brooklyn Beckham

He’s at least the second most stylish man in the Beckham family, so it comes as no surprise that Brooklyn knows how to rock a Hawaiian shirt with flair. Pairing his with some black jeans and red Vans, this is a nice, simple way to pull off a notoriously tricky-to-wear item.

jared leto in a hawaiian shirt

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Jared Leto

Arguably the most Messianic-looking of all Coachella regulars, Leto wears his Hawaiian shirt with dip-dyed hair and some seriously holier-than-thou body language. Strong.

harry styles in a hawaiian shirt

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Harry Styles

When he's not channelling Mick Jagger with his rocker flourishes, Harry Styles does a nice line in 50s Vegas vibes, rocking a boxy blue Hawaiian-print top (barely buttoned, obviously) with distinctly unsummery skinny black jeans and suede Chelsea boots.

wiz khalifa in a hawaiian shirt

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Wiz Khalifa

Wiz is the crown prince of prints, so it makes sense he has an aloha shirt or two in his arsenal. This nightclub-ready number is bang on-trend with its 70s print clash vibes and the rapper's equally covetable orange cap and general Khalifa-ness keeps it firmly out of fun uncle territory.