Even when a tropical vacation isn't in the cards, you can try to get a small fix here in city, whether by dipping your toes in the sand at the Seaport, paddle-boarding down the Hudson, or hitting up Señor Frog's for...wait, there's no Señor Frog's here? This city sucks! Appropriately outfitting you for your now-ruined staycation: Reyn Spooner x Opening Ceremony.
The first-ever collab between the "Hawaiian heritage brand" and the NYC retailer, OC hand-picked vintage prints from Spooner's 55yr-strong catalog, then worked 'em into more tailored silhouettes, blending "'60s sophistication with a modern, easy beachiness", also how critics described the N.W.A. alum's little-known island-themed jam "Gimme That (Coco)Nut". The cotton/rayon vibes kick off with short-sleeve joints like the Fatu Hiva, a blue number with white flowers sporadically interrupted by little bursts of yellow and palm trees; the bright yellow Pololu, decked with blue palm trees and what look like Christmas-light-wrapped coconuts; and the Banana Patch, which boasts rows of fruit-bearing trees, and hopefully doesn't constantly become bunched. For breezier nights there're four long-sleevers, from the Hula Palms (a veritable Where's Waldo scene of hula girls and palm trees), to the campy Anniversary and its collage of island-ish stamps and postcards, which although possibly sent by fishers, are not From The Edge.
You can also nab some of the same patterns done up as cuffed shorts stopping just above the knee, as anything higher would be strictly for