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Do you make or design your clothing?

We do not make or design our clothes. We do however, personally select each piece keeping in mind the construct, quality, and artisans behind them! We are continuously making an effort to find pieces that are made ethically and that support local makers, small business owners, and domestic manufacturers.


Where is your clothing made?

We source our pieces from various vendors and manufacturers. Most of our items are made in the USA with some exceptions to pieces being made in Bali, Indonesia or Guatemala. If you have any questions about where or how an item is made, feel free to reach out to us at aloha@shopolinaboutique.com.


Do you accept returns?

Yes, we do! We accept returns within 21 days of receipt or delivery of the item or items. All returns and refunds are subject to inspection and acceptance. Please view our full return policy to make sure your items are compliant with our policy. As always, feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions!

What if I received a damaged item?

We inspect all items prior to shipment to ensure they are in satisfactory condition. However, we understand that events may occur as the item is on it's way to you. If something appears to be damaged from transit or otherwise, please let us know immediately so that we can evaluate the issue and make it right. See our return policy for more information.


How do I care for my Olina clothing?

To keep your Olina pieces in their best condition, we recommend that you wash all Olina in a cold wash on delicate or hand wash in cold water. Always lay flat or hang dry and do not tumble dry. 


Do you have a brick-and-mortar?

We do not have a brick-and-mortar or physical store yet, but it is our dream to one day do! 

We currently attend various markets and pop-ups on Oʻahu every month. To check out our inventory in person, see our events page for our upcoming pop-ups and locations schedule!


What does Olina mean?

Olina in ʻōlelo hawaii (Hawaiian language) means to rejoice, to be merry, to be joyous. Our hope is to be a community of encouragement and joy, and to help you feel beautiful in who you are.