Kain Pagi Sore "Flora"
Hand-drawn batik featuring decorative floral pattern inspired by the stone carvings of the Borobudur temple reliefs in classic black, a timeless favorite colour, accented with contrasting colour trimmings. The Pagi-Sore design enables you to fashionably change patterns and wrapping styles.
Hand Drawn Batik
Products may vary in colour, shapes and forms
Why we love Pagi-Sore design
Pagi means morning and sore means late afternoon.
Batik Pagi-Sore has two different designs in one Kain divided diagonally.
It was created to save money during the hard times of the Japanese occupation of Indonesia (1942 - 1945).
The brighter colour is the pagi motif, to be worn in the morning with the motif shown in front, while the darker colour is the sore motif to be worn in the late afternoon.