Royalty Free Illustration Cute Polynesian/Hawaiian Hula Girl, we like to call our “Wahine” is dancing a Hula to make all the malahini swoon at her gracefulness. As with such ease, her graceful fingers describe a story. She executes each hula step to tell a tale of the land of her ancestors, the indigenous people who grew up on the islands. As her hula skirt made of Ti leaves moves along with her hips.
Her outfits have evolved over the years, and we find our wahine in the timeline of the 40’s and 50’s, when a friendly bronze, tanned face would say:
“E como mai!” Welcome!
The islands are a happy place of a simpler life, and the perpetual summers make the island folk friendly due to exposure to the constant rays of sunshine.
May our Hawaiian Hula wahine be on your list of collectible Clip Art.
Aloha, Hawai’i no ka oe!