About Show Me Your Mumu
The mumu had its start with Victorian missionaries in Hawaii: they wanted the island's occupants to cover up, and the people compromised with the shapeless cloth garments. The mumu was transported to the mainland as a baggy housedress in tepid pastel prints, but Show Me Your Mumu has reinvented it, California style, in splashy designs and colorful creations that bear no resemblance to the original Hawaiian mumu. Cologne Schmidt and Cammy Hebert, whose designs have appeared in various style and lifestyle magazines, founded the company in 2010. Celebrities often wear these designs. The company's peacock print Party Pants — long, loose, 1960s' influenced bell-bottoms — made an appearance at Bonnaroo music festival in 2012. A vast selection on eBay includes those pants in an authentic 1970s' brown chevron pattern or a big bright blue tulip print, as well. If you are looking for vintage mumu ideas, you can find maxi skirts, loose crop tops, lace mini dresses, and other carefree options, even black or cheetah print dresses that will be just the right glam touch for a night out during a tropical vacation. With Show Me Your Mumu, you feel a relaxing touch of the islands wherever you are.