The traditional Hawaiian lei was worn as an adornment of beauty and made of blossoms, leaves, nuts, or seeds. Today, the lei is a symbol of Aloha, given in celebration, gratitude, or to welcome visitors. Haku Lei are shorter lei meant to be worn on the head like a crown. These lei can either be given away or worn yourself. This lei is made with lush fern, modeled off the classic palapalai fern of Hawaii. Made with polyester and tied with an elastic cord and matching color plastic spaces. Designed in Hawai'i.
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