Trusted Pekanbaru Kids Clothing Manufacturer. Pekanbaru became a “small town” in 1948 and a municipality in 1956, before being designated the capital of Riau province as a replacement for Tanjung Pinang in 1959. In the 18th century, the area that is now Pekanbaru was in the sphere of influence of the Siak Sultanate, and Sultan Abdul Jalil Alamuddin Syah (“Marhum Pekan”) is widely regarded as the founder of the modern city of Pekanbaru; the anniversary of this city was set on June 23, 1784. Pekanbaru city has several buildings with typical Malay architectural characteristics including the Riau Malay Traditional Hall building which is located on Diponegoro street. Gurindam Twelve chapters by Raja Ali Haji, a writer of Bugis descent.
In the Senapelan area there is the Pekanbaru Great Mosque, formerly known as the Alam Mosque, built around the 18th century with a traditional architectural style and is the oldest mosque in Pekanbaru City. While the Evening Megang Tradition when entering the month of Ramadan has been carried out since the time of the Siak Sultanate, it is still held by the people of Pekanbaru City. In 2011, the people of Pariaman for the first time held a Tabuik cultural party in Pekanbaru. As is the case in the area of origin, this celebration is held in the month of Muharram, to commemorate the events of the Battle of Karbala. Although not a local tradition, this shows diversity as well as an event for the development of the tourism sector.
In addition to the above places that can be visited in Pekanbaru, there is one thing that should not be forgotten is the traditional clothing, namely Kebaya Labuh. Kebaya Labuh is a traditional dress for women which is characterized by the length of the kebaya covering the knees with the shape of the kebaya that looks wide and open. In the past, some women who wanted to cover their aurat perfectly used a hood, a piece of sarong to cover their head and chest. Now the kebaya anchor is worn by women on certain events, such as ceremonies or holidays, and weddings. Not only kebaya is loved by many children, but daily children’s clothes, such as robes, dresses, negligee, and others are also getting a lot of interest.
The use of traditional clothes in the current era is commonly used in various occasions and events, ranging from traditional (traditional) ceremonies, events to celebrate independence, Kartini, to weddings and graduations. Traditional ceremonies are one of the traditions of traditional communities that are still considered to have values that are still quite relevant to the needs of the supporting community. The implementation of traditional ceremonies and religious rituals based on the existence of supernatural powers is still carried out by some community groups in Indonesia, either in the form of death rituals, thanksgiving rituals or slametan, rituals to reject reinforcements, ruwatan rituals, and so on. These rituals have become a tradition and become part of the daily life of most people because they have been passed down from generation to generation by their ancestors to the next generation.
Religious rituals or traditions that have a function in people’s lives will last a long time and will not be easily lost, as stated in the axiom of functional theory that everything that has a function will not easily disappear by itself, because from the past until now it still has a function. , and even perform a number of functions. In every traditional ceremony, religious ritual or tradition that is carried out requires special costumes or clothes to be used during the event. One tradition that always uses special clothes is the Midak Lemah and Siraman events, when the event takes place, the people who hold it will wear traditional clothes. Parents will wear uniform beskap and kebaya, for children who are Midak Weak can use beskap for boys and dresses or kebaya for girls. Meanwhile, children who carry out the Siraman procession will use a kemben for women and topless for men, for their subordinates both use jarik.
In every tradition that is held, not only adults participate, but children are also involved. So children also need traditional clothes to be worn during religious events just like adults. Not only traditional clothes are needed by children, but daily children’s clothes, such as robes, dresses, negligee, and others are also getting a lot of interest. The manufacture of adult clothing for children also has to consider several aspects, including the fabric used, the composition of the accessories, and so on so that they fit and don’t seem forced. Children’s clothes must also be available in various sizes and cannot be like adult clothes which are all sizes because the proportions of the body and growth of each child are different, while adults have not experienced growth and their body proportions are not too different. This has triggered many producers to target the children’s market like us, Kata Kids.
As a manufacturer of children’s clothes, we have produced various kinds of children’s clothes, from kebaya, party dresses, beskap, robes, and so on. Kata Kids’ children’s clothing products are intended for children aged 0-11 years, but we are also open to accepting orders for adults. We have several advantages that we can be proud of and pay attention to for our competitors, including the use of premium materials, neat, durable stitching quality, affordable prices for premium quality, new models every month, responsive and reliable admin, and easy to order via Whatsapp, DM Instagram, Shopee, and Lazada. Every purchase can be in units or wholesale, we are very open to resellers and dropshippers. For each purchase above the price is different, we provide special discounts for resellers, dropshippers, and wholesale buyers. More info contact our admin at number 0878 7456 7121.