A classic silhouette of the traditional Baju Kurung Pesak with a Teluk Belanga neckline. Navy blue cotton voile with contrasting red embroidery on the neckline, and paired with a red batik tulis (available in different motifs).
In many cultures, red symbolizes joy and good fortune. In fact, in many Asian countries, brides wear red as a symbol of fertility and luck.
Red is often considered the colour of fertility because of its association with blood, passion, and life-giving energy. In some cultures, red is also believed to be a powerful symbol of fertility because of its association with the menstrual cycle, which is seen as a natural expression of a woman's fertility. In traditional Chinese medicine, red foods are often recommended to improve fertility and promote the healthy functioning of the reproductive system.
The colour red is deeply rooted in cultural and symbolic associations with fertility, and it continues to be a potent symbol of the life-giving forces that sustain human life and growth.