ANGKASA - Reminder Scarf
A reminder you can wear every day. Inspired by the Balinese philosophy of Rwa Bhineda, the eternal balance of contrasting light (Pagi) and dark (Sore) is interpreted into this wearable heirloom.
WHY SHE'S SPECIAL
- Limited edition. Dyed using plants that are currently season, each is truly one of a kind and cannot be recreated once gone. Each is numbered from 1 to 50.
- A real Batik Tulis piece. Our Ibus drew 'The Stars Shine Brightest When The Night is Darkest" by hand as a reminder of your purpose. Taking her 3 months to craft, just for you.
- The perfect gift. With complementary eco-giftwrapping. Make it personal with a custom monogram.
Rooted in the Javanese cosmological ‘Nitik’ motif, the second ANGKASA series reinterprets sacred moon rituals. The eternal cycle of Purnama and Tilem reminds us that darkness is always followed by light and renewal. Guiding your journey home, to the Universe within.
HAND-DRAWN BATIK | Central Java, Indonesia
NATURAL DYE | SweetIndigo™
MATERIAL | Tencel™ Lyocell
THREADS | Recycled Polyester
PACKAGING | Zero-waste Pouch
That will be my present. Like them all, more than I expected. Bless all mothers there❤️
I loved the package. Thankyou so much for doing what you’re doing, the world needs more Sukkha Citta.
This scarf is between nature and beauty.
I can mix and match with any outfits
Really love it 😍
Thank you sukhacita and all ibus🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻
I received this scarf as a gift and I've been loving the quality of my very first Sukkha Citta piece! The scarf is just so beautiful and the love and dedication the whole team pours into its pieces really shows! Keep up the amazing and meaningful work :)
We use only traceable natural materials and plant dyes. Grown regeneratively and processed without any chemicals.
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