It is said,

"He aalii ku makani mai au; aohe makani nana e kulai."

I am a wind resistant aalii. No wind will topple me over!

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Aalii are indigenous plants here in Hawaii. They are famous for their strength to weather any storm and their colorful seed capsules that are used in lei.

What's New in the Shop?

This month our new products are centered around items that have been most requested by all of our customers since the start of 2024

New Design

Muumuu Ladies

Hand watercolored artwork by Native Hawaiian artist, Emily States celebrating the love of muumuu here in Hawaii.

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A Watercolor Experience

Join us online for a special watercolor workshop with Emily States as she demonstrates basic watercolor techniques while opening up about her experiences as a Native Hawaiian artist. All supplies are included.

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New New New

Ulu Leggings

This is a completely new product for us! Made-to-order ulu leggings in black and white. Designed by Emily States here in Hawaii and crafted by a NC based company, we hope you love these as much as we do!

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Customer Reviews

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Jessica Summersgill
Best leggings ever!

The fabric is gorgeous and so lightweight with a really comfortable stretch. I could wear there everyday! Mahalo :)

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SaRa :)
So beautiful and soft!

First off, I am SUPER late to leggings and haven’t tried very many of them, but these are the comfiest ones I’ve encountered, by far! They’re so soft!
But also, the ulu design is beautiful and fun, and the black and white pattern, size, and placement make them look really nice too! Perfect with a dress or long shirt too!

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Ulu Yoga Capri Leggings

These leggings are super soft and comfy. I really like it!😍 I used the size chart and I got an XL because I’m between size L/XL, but it was a bit on the bigger side, as it’s stretchy. So next time I need to size down and it should fit perfect!👌

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Kristine K
In my Ulu era💕

Wow, as if they were made of butter fabric, these amazing yoga pants are super stylish too! The best part of these pants? They were designed by an amazing woman, Emily. I’ve had the privilege of meeting her in person and she’s as good as they come! She’s a super talented Native Hawaiian artist, who speaks with such grace and power! Buy these pants while you can - you won’t regret it!! Support local, it really does make a difference to our Hawaiian community 🌸!

Hi there! Thank you so much for taking the time to leave a review for my Ulu Yoga Capri Leggings. I'm thrilled to hear that you're loving them and that they feel just as amazing as they look! Your words of support for the product and for me are so heartwarming and apprecieated. Wow. I feel like a million bucks. Mahalo for your support and for being a part of the Ulu era!

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Kathy Crane
So happy 😀 I grabbed a pair

I love the fabric and fit of these capris.
Love the print! The high waist is nice and there is an elastic band that helps them stay up.

It’s too bad they aren’t made in Hawaii by you.
I do like like to support Hawaiian small businesses so I am happy with the product.

Mahalo for your positive feedback! We're thrilled to hear that you're happy with your Ulu Yoga Capri Leggings. We take pride in using high-quality fabric and ensuring a comfortable fit for our customers. We have noted your request to have them made in Hawaii by us. That is definitley a dream of ours to have the capital and capacity to do that one day! We appreciate your support for our small Hawaiian business and we hope to continue providing products that you love. Mahalo!

New Fabric Dropping

We love to celebrate Hawaiian and plants by creating and designing with them. By featuring them on our designs we can share them with people all over the world and so can you!

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  • Meet the Artist

    Through her social media content, art, and products, Emily States inspires others to connect with Hawaiian Language and Culture on a deeper level.

    Emily is a mom of 3 and self-taught watercolor artist and surface designer. She and her husband focused on revitalizing the Hawaiian language in their family before branching out into Hawaiian plants and other practices. 

    Hawaii has a long history of false narratives and over commercialization. Emily is passionate about helping you to experience what is Hawaiian through a more authentic lens while providing opportunities to support local and preserve traditions.

You Want to Connect with Hawaiian Culture But Don't Know Where to Start.

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  • Punahele D.

    "Your content is real. You share your ups and downs, good and bad days. I can totally relate. I love watching your process from start to finish. When you’re not feeling it and redo your pieces to perfection. You stick to your theme. Your native flowers. But not only do you paint them. You educate on them. It’s not like a random person saying ooh that’s pretty let’s sell it. Every flower has meaning and you share its use, which brings value to your art."

  • Sheyla S.

    "[Emily's content] is helpful, with good vibes, to build community. I love that it is very educative on the Hawaiian culture and language. I learn how to respect it and honor it for what it is. It confronts me on my own mistakes and biases in a very tactful and genuine way which I appreciate."

  • Kaimi H.

    What about Kaulumaika resonates with you? "Perpetuating Hawaiian language in a commerce and creative space, in addition to creating an environment that feels inclusive for all."

Our Products

Feature endemic, indigenous, and Polynesian introduced Hawaiian plants and people. They tell stories of Hawaii and help you to look stylish, feel good, and perpetuate Hawaiian Culture.

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    The Orgin Story of Hawaiians

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    The Orgin Story of Hawaiians

    Hawaiian at Home Podcast Season 4 Episode 4   Show Notes Discussion of Hawaiian Plants Story of how man and kalo came to be read in Hawaiian and roughly translated...

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    Season 4 Episode 1 Summary In this episode, hosts Emily and Malu engage in an open and candid conversation about their experiences and challenges in learning and using the Hawaiian...

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  • How to Find a Hawaiian Mentor

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    Story A friend reached out to me on IG this past week with a great question. She shared how much she wanted to learn advanced lei making and asked, "Do...

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    How to Find a Hawaiian Mentor

    Story A friend reached out to me on IG this past week with a great question. She shared how much she wanted to learn advanced lei making and asked, "Do...

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