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ULUWATU – Handmade Balinese Lace Fashion @ the Curve

A model looking good in a traditional Balinese Uluwatu’s lace-trimmings dress that is both beautiful and comfortable for the hot and humid weather in Malaysia.

If you have been to the Island of Bali, you will most definitely heard of the Uluwatu brand of women’s comfy dresses. At the very least you might have heard of Uluwatu temple. if not never mind, this is not  for you.

Uluwatu Handmade Balinese Lace is from the the beautiful island of Bali.

Balinese children learn the skills to produce the finest Uluwatu lace from their parents, learning the techniques from a young age.

Lace work is called “krawang” in Balinese. Uluwatu’s krawang is made traditionally where lace is stretched on bamboo hoops and sewn by hand on foot-powered machines. Then they are carefully cut away with little scissors.

A single piece from Uluwatu lace can take up to five or more days to complete.

Uluwatu lace dresses are both beautifully designed and comfortable to wear. They are also very suitable for hot and humid whether, especially if you are traveling to some breathtaking breezy beaches and staying up to party during the long summer nights.

Eleen Yong looking good in a traditional Balinese Uluwatu lace-trimmings dress that is both beautiful and comfortable for the hot weather in Malaysia

Comments

  1. The true story of Uluwatu (see Eleven Demons – Secrets of Deincarnation in Bali, on Amazon or http://www.uluwatu.com) is even more exciting than the press release story. Michael Donnelly both wrote the press release behind Uluwatu lace and Eleven Demons (and built the company), check it out!

  2. lisa pally says:

    Would like to buy your product kebaya …
    Went to the gardens but you have shifted n the curve also closed down…

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