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Gypsied

Bata Cahaya Crop Jacket

$129.00 SGD

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For balmy summer days, nights and beyond. The Crop Jacket was born out of necessity — a stylish companion to throw on regardless of weather.

To the Javanese, the word 'bata', or 'bricks', displays the importance of building a foundation. And to the Chinese traders who arrived on the shores of West Java some six centuries ago, it was a symbol of prosperity.

The jacket is fully lined for a luxurious feel, yet lightweight enough for any day of the week.


 

Size Guide

Designed one size, recommended for women sizes UK8-UK14.

Aqilah regularly wears UK10

Height: 5'1" (156 cm) | Bust 34"

Waist: 28" | Hip 40"

Measurements across (taken with garment lying flat):

Chest: 24" Length: 28" 

Hand wash on cold to retain its colours and beauty.

 

Features:

  • 100% medium weight cotton, cotton lining
  • Drop shoulders, 7/8 sleeves and two pockets at the front.
  • Mother of pearl buttons
  • French seam finishing
  • Hand stamped batik made by a family of artisans in Solo, Central Java.

 

 

 

About The Brand

Gypsied is a conscious label from Singapore that transforms heritage textiles into beautiful products for a conscious lifestyle. Exploring the intersection of culture and identity in modern times, Gypsied breathes new life into batik and handwoven textiles in their designs. Each product embodies a positive new narrative for today’s women — conscious, thoughtful and open to new experiences.

Since 2013, Gypsied has discovered rural communities in South East Asia where textiles continue to be a vital form of expression and textile-making a way of life. Supporting these guardians of tradition plays a vital role in the brand, as they work to both maintain the region's collective heritage and contribute to a sustainable standard of living for artisans.

Gypsied works closely with textile artisans, textile cooperatives and expert craftsmen. The personal relationships they build and maintain with their partners form a big part of the Gypsied brand today. This process of sourcing and production is in tandem with a climate of growing awareness in ethical production and sustainability.