KAPAS - Oma Shirt Dress
A reinterpretation of your grandma's lace dress, the Oma Shirt Dress features an Edwardian-inspired frills, a comfortable midi length, and flattering cap sleeves.
WHY SHE'S SO SPECIAL
- Versatile. Put her on and you are dressed up for the day. Thoughtfully designed with a collar, you can dress her up by tucking her into your favorite skirt—or wear around the house as is.
- Effortlessly cool. Once you go natural, you don't go back. You'll find yourself longing to wear her everyday.
- Ethically handcrafted. Features hand-embroidered Tumpang Sari lace details at the front.
Lina wears the All Size. She is 168cm, 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’ve always been a huge fan of Sukkha Citta . The story, the struggle, the joy are real. And at this time around I couldn’t be more appreciative about things that maybe viewed not important before.
It’s the pockets! Essential and functional. Now that you have to carry hand sanitizer everywhere... easy access and the dress still looks beautiful. No bulky or droopy looking. Even on this silky dress. Which by the way it’s gorgeous. One of a kind color.
Feels nice on your skin. An it does make me feel good!
Thanks Sukkha Citta for bringing suka cita
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.