Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Exotic And Exquisite Batik Sarongs From Ipoh Distributor

Being Malaysians, I am sure many of us like to wear sarongs, right?  It is a normal sight for young and old to use sarongs especially in our hot tropical country.  But the last time I wore one was during my confinement time!  Since then, I do not know where my few sarongs had "vanished"... either they are worn out already or already given to someone else who needed them then... LOL...

Then recently, we came to know one distributor in Ipoh here, he sells local sarongs at a very nominal price!  Elin and I were so happy to know him and he showed us his wide range of sarongs.... Elin was ecstatic because she simply loves to wear them, in fact every day!  She was smitten with the batik colours and bought a few immediately.  My colleague also bought quite a few and I ended up with two pieces as of now.... hahaha.... I am going to buy some more!!
I chose this pinkish red... so sweet and nice... 
Couldn't resist this colour though it suits someone sweet and younger.... LOL...
It is 100% cotton as well.... soft to the hands... 
If worn as a kebaya, it is really nice...
But I think I will just use it to wrap around... hahaha...
I like this one as well...
The colours are very sharp in real.. 
And this is slightly more expensive... 
If this one is sewn as a kebaya, it is really classy....
Can wear with a Black or White Blouse (Kurong Style), then it will be very exquisite...

Well, this is not the end of our purchases...
My friends have already made some orders ....
Can buy them as gifts to our love ones... 
As for the pricing, they range from RM20-30 only!
If interested, let me know...
I could arrange and will send over via Poslaju! :)


37 comments:

  1. Sooooo cheap!!! And so very nice! I bought one cheongsam for my girl in Penang made from this material - very pretty, very elegant.

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    1. Yes, very cheap and nice... you want to buy some more for your girl? :)

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  2. The 3rd picture, the pink colour, very nice...

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  3. they are gorgeous!! im a blogger friend of Elin and i saw these sarongs on her fb....if he is a distributor may i know if he sells wholesale? i wld love to get some at wholesale price cos i sell fabrics and these wld be a lovely addition! Tq so much... zurina

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    1. Hello Zurin, if you like I can get them for you at wholesale prices...

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    2. Oh sweet...how much wld that be?..this is my email...zurinsmail@gmail.com...hope to hear from you :)

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  4. Beautiful sarong and so cheap. I like the pink one, the colour is so soft. My mum has a colections of sarongs. She uses sarong & kebaya when young.

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    1. I think we will look elegant if we wear them.. hahahaa... esp baju kurong type... :)

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  5. Very nice floral sarongs. Can you believe that I have never worn a sarong before!

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    1. Wear them esp in this hot weather... like putting a towel around our body.. :) and looking elegant too..

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    1. Aiyah..batik shirts none la... but men sarong got la..

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  7. very beautiful batik prints and colors, and only RM20-RM30, that's not expensive also..

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  8. Both you and the fabric are very beautiful! I want to see you wear them now, Claire!

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  9. Was about to ask, you buy the batik to make into clothes or just wrap around.. Then you wrote wrap around.. Oohh, so treat it as a shawl in the office, yes? Not a fan of batik, but they are very nice.. I bought my shawl / wrap (for office use) in Time Square for RM15 previously, it's not batik, just some simple polka dot design, teehee.. So for the price of RM20-30 for authentic and pure batik is very cheap liao..

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    1. I don't want any more kebaya.. so wrap around will be comfy enough.. :) Cooling... I also use shawl in the office...

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  10. It is cheap! To bad I don't wear it else would have grab it.

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    1. Maybe for the older gneration.. hahaha...

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  11. This's very cheap, very good deal!!! =]

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    1. Not sure what the actual price in Kelantan or Terengganu... but my frens said it is cheap!

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  12. My husband used to open a textile shop so I had few batik and made into clothes. I remember batik fabric costs ard RM30 for 4 mtrs. As for sarong, I only wore during my confinement.

    Yes, choose the cotton type. Breathable and more comfy. You are into batik business har? Hehe.

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    1. Yeah, I also wore them during confinement or in hospital last time.. but nowadays I want to wear them again... shoulderless...hahaha...

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  13. I wore sarong once, during confinement, thats all, hehehe!

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    1. Yeah, normally ladies wear during confinement hor...

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  14. Sarongs are pretty depending on the designs. Some looked like Grandmas and I blamed the designs. Muahahaha

    It is so cooling and so Asian. Look at our New York based designer Zang Toi. He wears them almost everyday.

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    1. This one wear already will look like those in the 1960s... P. Ramlee and Saloma movies.. hahaha..sexy one!

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  15. I love batik designed. Very elegant. I only wore sarong during confinement. haha.....

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    1. Yes, just like me too..but nowadays people buy for making baju kabaya.. very classy.

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  16. OMG, I love the colours! Oh dear, that reminds me I've a beautiful gift from a Malaysian blogger that's still sitting in my wardrobe. I don't know where to get mine tailored. I was told it's really expensive to get it done in SG :<

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  17. Just sew the side and you can wear it around your body....

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  18. Hi, I would like to purchase for my confinement. Can email me some pictures and details and also the pricing asap? Thanks.

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