SERIBU BUNGA - Picking Daisies Dress
The dress that reminds you to stay present, as inspired by the poem I'd Pick More Daisies by Nadine Satir. Handcrafted in a color so special that you're compelled to slow down and take joy in what's in front of you.
WHAT TO EXPECT
- Delicate and luxurious. The softness of the sylk caresses your skin, dancing with your every move. A piece for a woman who cares and knows her worth.
- A timeless piece. So effortless to wear and style. Combining a classic neckline with a flowy skirt, she's the piece you'll keep returning to through life's big and small moments. Comes with a detachable ribbon you can tie for a flattering fit.
Dyed with SappanPink™. For generations, Sappan wood has been used in the Archipelago for its medicinal properties. Guided by the intuition of a master dyer, this herbal plant is boiled overnight with banana stem to ensure its unique hue comes alive on your most meaningful clothes.
Pika wears All Size. She is 175cm, EU size S.
SERIBU BUNGA is a reminder for hope. Jasmine flowers were used by mothers to pass on Batik craft to their daughters. A motif that was forgotten as they were forced to abandon their heritage in search of a better life. Today, they bloom once more in the homes of our Ibus in East Java. Each petal symbolises the regenerative power of many hands working together for our shared future.
HAND-DRAWN BATIK | East Java, Indonesia
STITCHED IN | Bali, Indonesia
NATURAL DYE | SappanPink™ (Reclaimed Sappan wood + banana stem)
MATERIAL | Tencel™ Lyocell
THREADS | Recycled Polyester
PACKAGING | Zero-Waste Pouch
We use only traceable natural materials and plant dyes. Grown regeneratively and processed without any chemicals.
12 Families Impacted
Our radical traceability means you know exactly who made your clothes. Providing living wages while sustaining heritage cultures.
1 Tree In Your Name
Proceeds fund our reforestation programs, turning degraded soil into abundant forests for communities most in need.