Batik Crop Jacket | Semula Ocean

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  • Only one piece available per size.

    The 
    Semula series carries the iconic eight-petalled lotus motif, unique to our Nusantara. It symbolises the harmony of mind, body and heart, the alignment of which invokes a state of rasa or essence of life. Zoom in to see its detail up-close.

    The jacket is fully lined for a luxurious feel, yet lightweight enough for any day of the week. Features drop shoulders, 1/2 length sleeves and two pockets at the front.

  • Hand stamped batik on fine mercerized cotton made by a community of artisans in Solo, Central Java. Hand wash on cold to retain its colours and beauty.

    - Batik is 100% cotton 
    - Lining is 100% cotton

  • Available in sizes One Size (OS) and One Size Plus (OS+). See our size chart for a detailed review of its fit.

    Sophiea regularly wears UK10  
    Height: 5'2" (158 cm) | Bust 37"  
    Waist: 27" | Hip 38"

    Measurements across (taken with garment lying flat): 
    Chest: 21"
    Length: 20" 

    Slight differences in size of print is expected as textile is handmade. However this is what makes each piece unique.

  • Free shipping within Singapore.
    Free international shipping for orders $250 and above.
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We ship free in Singapore.

SGD10 flat rate for orders from Malaysia and Indonesia.

Free shipping for international orders SGD250 and above.

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Rooted in Tradition

Central Java

Believed to be the birthplace of batik, Central Java is well-known for high quality batik. We have partnered with two small teams of intergenerational artisans here since 2019 for our apparel needs.

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Sewn with care

Needle & Thread

After the batik process is completed, they are sent to our tailors based between Bandung & West Jakarta. Here, batik is sewn with care into apparel.

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