Fashions & Passions

Real Men Try Their Perfect Shirt | Tommy Bahama Blog

Six men tried our new and improved Men’s Shirt Fit and sizes. This is what they had to say. Read more.

IslandActive™: the women’s activewear you need | Tommy Bahama Blog

Whether you’re on land or in the water, energize your everyday with our innovative swim and active range. Read more.

Evolution Of An Icon | Tommy Bahama Blog

Nothing spells relaxation quite like the classic camp shirt—a style we’ve perfected over the years. Read more.

IslandSculpt™: Your Beach Best | Tommy Bahama Blog

Feel fearless in the contouring swimwear that's comfortable and beautiful. Read more.

The Tankini: Your Essential Getaway Suit | Tommy Bahama Blog

Learn what makes this versatile two-piece style a must-have for every swim wardrobe. Read more.

Exclusively Tommy Bahama + Maui Jim® | Tommy Bahama Blog

Our one-of-a-kind, co-branded collection with Maui Jim is here, and it’s a sight for happy eyes. Read more.

Tambour: A Travel Dream | Tommy Bahama Blog

This lush fabric is designed to take you everywhere. Learn its story. Read more.

Introducing IslandZone® | Tommy Bahama Blog

Our new IslandZone® fabric uses 37.5® technology to revolutionize the feeling of comfort and cool. Read more.

The Luxe Life of Linen | Tommy Bahama Blog

One of the oldest textiles in the world, linen originated in Egypt over 4,000 years ago. Made by spinning the fibers of the flax plant… Read more.

Centuries of Silk | Tommy Bahama Blog

How many materials can boast that they’re durable, wicking, lustrous, conducive to dyeing, and extremely soft?  Read more.

Extend the Life of Your Swimwear | Tommy Bahama Blog

With the right care, your new suit will look amazing for years to come. Read more.

Relaxology | Tommy Bahama Blog

Beaches are for walking. Boardwalks are for strolling. Trails are meant to be blazed. And these shoes are here to let you do it all in blissful comfort. Read more.

A Brief History of the Panama Hat | Tommy Bahama Blog

Panama hats are versatile, iconic, stylish and functional. But one thing they're not? They’re not from Panama.  Read more.