Medan Kids Beskap Shirt Manufacturer

Trusted Medan Kids Beskap Shirt Manufacturer. In the book The History of Medan written by Tengku Luckman Sinar (1991), it was written that according to “Hikayat Aceh”, Medan as a port existed in 1590, and was destroyed during the attack of the Sultan of Aceh Alauddin Saidi Mukammil on the ruling King Haru there. A similar attack was carried out by Sultan Iskandar Muda in 1613, against the Deli Sultanate. Since the late 16th century, Haru’s name changed to Ghuri, and finally in the early 17th century to Deli. The constant fighting between Haru and Aceh resulted in Haru’s population being much reduced. As a conquered area, many of its citizens were moved to Aceh to become manual laborers. Apart from Aceh, the prosperous Haru Kingdom is also noted to have often been involved in battles with the Malay Kingdom on the Malacca Peninsula and also with the kingdoms of Java. This attack from the island of Java, among others, is recorded in the Pararaton book known as the Pamalayu Expedition.

In Negarakertagaman, MPU Prapanca also wrote that apart from Pane (Panai), Majapahit also conquered Kampe (Kampai) and Harw (Haru). The decline in the population of the east coast of Sumatra due to these wars was followed by the flow of tribes from the inland highlands down to the east coast of Sumatra. The Karo tribe migrated to the coastal areas of Langkat, Serdang, and Deli. The Simalungun tribe to the coastal areas of Batubara and Asahan, and the Mandailing tribe to the coastal areas of Kualuh, Kota Pinang, Panai, and Bilah. Every region in Indonesia has a regional culture that is still sustainable today, as is the case with Medan, which always keeps their traditional clothes alive, namely Surjan. If Medan has Ulos traditional clothes, then Central Java has Beskap traditional clothes.

Beskap comes from the word Beschaafd (Dutch) which means civilized. Beskap is a traditional clothing from the Java region. 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:

Beskap Saku is a Solo style beskap which is cut asymmetrically 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 sleeves are custom-shaped which means the sleeves fit without wrinkles on the shoulders to give the impression of a genuine sleeve shape. There are several parts of Beskap Saku that are the highlight or the uniqueness that is the main point of the clothes.

Medan Kids Beskap Shirt Manufacturer

The highlights that we want to highlight are the upright collar, the accessory pocket, and the asymmetrical button shape. 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.

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. 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. Next is pattern cutting, sewing process by section, uniting the parts into one, ironing clothes, and packaging. 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. For further information contact us at 087874567121.

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