#BatikInParts — A pop-up

#BatikInParts — A pop-up

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#BatikInParts — A pop-up concept by Studio Gypsied & Sum of The Parts.

Batik prints and elevated basics, your eclectic wardrobe begins here.

Welcome to Studio Gypsied x Sum of the Parts. At this pop-up, two brands with a sense for well-considered dressing have thoughtfully put together fresh looks for today’s women. From contemporary city chic to eclectic bohemian styles, there is something for everyone.

TO THE OFFICE

Style Story One | Jiwa Indigo Belted Blouse, $139 by Studio Gypsied | Jamie Crepe Pants, $109 by Sum of The Parts

Batik shirts get a bad rep for looking too customary. But we say 50% of an outfit is how we style it. Pair a blue batik shirt with smart trousers in a neutral hue for an easy, chic look. 

Bohemian Chic

Style Story Two | Taman Sari Olive Collared Top, $119 by Studio Gypsied | Kim Olive Knotted Skirt, $139 by Sum of The Parts

When it comes to styling a batik shirt, versatility is key. Style the collared crop top as an outer over tank tops, t-shirts and more. We recommend pairing with this beautiful sarong-esque skirt by Sum of The Parts that is made with a blend of bamboo and elastane.

Lounge

Style Story Three | Tumbuh Indigo Culottes, $209 by Studio Gypsied | Tory Cotton Shirt, $89 by Sum of The Parts

Our signature culottes are a batik classic that pairs well with most basics. Opt for a slightly oversized silhouette for a weekend style that looks effortlessly relaxed.

Sweet Romance

Style Story Four | Tumbuh Pink Swing Skirt, $209 by Studio Gypsied | Alison Cardigan, $99 by Sum of The Parts

Flouncy, not frumpy! This unexpected pairing is called Coquette — a style that is sweet, romantic, and sometimes playful. Conquer granny chic style in pastel pinks and flowing basics with a touch of batik for that extra oomph.

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Our pop-up concept runs from 5th to 10th June at Design Orchard. 

Take home a canvas tote bag with every $200 minimum spend.

250 Orchard Road, Singapore 238905

930am to 1030pm daily

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