The biggest Pekanbaru Kids Beskap Shirt Manufacturer. Based on Besluit van Het Inlandsch Zelfbestuur van Siak No. 1 dated October 19, 1919, Pekanbaru became part of the district of the Sultanate of Siak. However, in 1931, Pekanbaru was included in the Kampar Kiri area headed by a controleur based in Pekanbaru and had landschap status until 1940. Then it became the capital of Onderafdeling Kampar Kiri until 1942. After the Japanese occupation on March 8, 1942, Pekanbaru was headed by a military governor called gokung. After Indonesia’s independence, based on the Decree of the Governor of Sumatra in Medan dated May 7, 1946 Number 103, Pekanbaru became an autonomous region called haminte (kotapraja).
Then on March 19, 1956, based on Law Number 8 of 1956, Pekanbaru (Pakanbaru) became an autonomous small town within the province of Central Sumatra. Furthermore, since August 9, 1957, based on the Emergency Law Number 19 of 1957, Pekanbaru was included in the newly formed Riau Province. Pekanbaru City officially became the capital of Riau Province on January 20, 1959 based on the Decree of the Minister of Home Affairs Number December 52/I/44-25. Previously, the capital city of Riau was Tanjung Pinang, which is now the capital of the Riau Archipelago Province. Every region in Indonesia has a regional culture that is still sustainable today, as well as Pekanbaru, which always keeps their traditional clothes alive, namely Surjan. If Pekanbaru has the traditional clothes of Baju Kurung Cekak Musang, then Central Java has Beskap traditional clothes.
Beskap is a traditional clothing from the Java region. Beskap comes from the word Beschaafd (Dutch) which means civilized. Beskap is a kind of formal men’s shirt in Mataraman Javanese tradition to be worn on official or important occasions. Beskap are thick shirts, not folded collars, usually dark in color, but almost always plain. The front is asymmetrical, with a sideways button pattern (not perpendicular). The use of beskap is usually accompanied by jarik cloth as a subordinate, blangkon for accessories on the head and slippers. In the past, beskap was used when meeting important people or high-ranking officials to show respect and civility in dressing, but nowadays, beskap is used to attend formal events such as weddings, traditional ceremonies, and others. The Kata Kids brand always follows the times and changes that occur in modern beskap models. The Beskap series that we produce currently have 2 models with very different superior characteristics, namely the Beskap Saku and the Beskap Sikepan. Here we explain about the characteristics of one of the Kata Kids series beskap models:
The pocket beskap is a Solo style beskap with an asymmetrical cut with a sideways button pattern instead of perpendicular from top right to bottom left and there are pockets on the right and left. The basic material we chose to make the Beskap Saku top is full cotton American drill without croton. This type of collar uses an upright collar type which is a type of shirt collar that is located upright around the neck and almost covers half the length of the neck, when viewed from behind it will look upright and tall. The use of this type of collar aims to make the user’s neck more level and give a more formal and charming impression. The prices we offer are different for each size, here is the price range we offer for each size
Colors for our Beskap Pocket tops provide 5 color choices, there are blue, black, yellow, maroon, and beige. While the skirt and blangkon we only provide 2 choices of motifs, namely the machete motif and the universe motif. We sell Beskap Saku as a package or a set consisting of a top, skirt, and blangkon. This is so that buyers don’t have to bother looking for their subordinates or their blangkon partners. But we don’t refuse when there are customers who want to buy separately for superiors, only for subordinates, or only for blanks. For the bottom of the skirt, we use the basic ingredients of batik cloth with machete motifs and batik cloth with universe motifs. The blangkon adapts to the motif of the bottom of the skirt, the basic material is also the same as the basic material of the skirt with the addition of stiff paper inside.
All production processes are carried out directly by our employees and we always supervise the entire process, starting from the selection of fabrics as the basic material, we always choose premium quality for the convenience of using the product because our target market is children from 1 month to 11 years of age. comfortable to wear for playing and absorb sweat are the main criteria in the selection of basic materials. Next is pattern cutting, sewing process by section, uniting the parts into one, ironing clothes, and packaging. We always control all of the above processes in order to achieve premium quality in every shirt produced and create customer satisfaction.
Kata Kids has several advantages that our competitors can be proud of and pay attention to, 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. Beskap Saku Kata Kids products are intended for children 0-11 years old, but we are also open to accepting orders for adults. We serve unit purchases and wholesale of children’s beskap, we are very open to resellers and dropshippers. For each of the above purchases, we provide special discounts for resellers, dropshippers, and wholesale buyers. More info contact our admin at number 0878 7456 7121.