The varieties of shirts are common in Hawaiian shirts, lapel shirts and so on. The Hawaiian shirt, designed by Hawaiian Polynesian A. Acona, is usually made in a brightly coloured, colourful, traditional Polynesian design with a brushwork, loose and comfortable, suitable for tropical wear. It was launched and widely popular in the United States in 1940. The lapel shirt generally refers to the collar can be closed, double-use shirts, long sleeves generally equipped with bag cover of the left and right chest bag, square hem, wear not tie, tie. Usually made of plain thick fabric, is the early summer late autumn male wear a single top. Short sleeves are also known as Hong Kong shirts, which are basically the same shape as Hawaiian shirts, but the color is mainly white or light.