KAPAS - Embroidered Oversized Shirt (Gender Neutral)
A classic with a twist. Designed with a clean, modern cut to bring out the beauty of our handcrafted fabric for your everyday. Hand embroidered with the Tumpang Sari flowers, inspired by the diversity of plants in our regenerative cotton farm.
WHAT TO EXPECT
- The ultimate layering piece. Wear as an oversized shirt, tucked in, or as a jacket. Designed with dropped shoulders and an edgy back cut to make everyday dressing effortless.
- Years, not wears. Made of handwoven raw cotton, she's naturally breathable and gets buttery soft with age.
- Beyond sustainability. Made using our regenerative cotton and handwoven without electricity, she is the greenest dress you could find.
Feby wears All Size. They are 181cm, EU Size L.
Lina wears All Size. She is 170cm, EU Size M.
KAPAS means cotton in Indonesian. Each piece in this farm-to-closet collection is grown regeneratively to heal Mother Earth. Restoring the soil's natural ability to absorb carbon from the atmosphere through our Ibus' ancestral Tumpang Sari wisdom. Taking 180 days to grow, spin, weave and stitch.
MATERIAL | Regenerative cotton grown by indigenous women farmers
CRAFT | Manual Handloom + Embroidery
STITCHED IN | Bali, Indonesia
BUTTON | Mother-of-pearl from Makassar island, Indonesia
THREADS | Recycled Polyester
PACKAGING | Zero-Waste Pouch
I love that’s of high quality, authentic style and most importantly with an impactful purpose. The only thing I wish would be easier to manage is the dye. I got a small amount of water spilled and the color from the shirt got into my lighter color inner clothes. But I believe that after a few washes it should be solved 😇
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.