CELO; THE CELOSIA DRESS
Inspired by the kebaya and qibao, this collection combines both cultural and contemporary elements for the 21st century woman. Boasting traditional silhouettes, adapted cultural motifs, old-world elegance and movement-focused fabrics, this line embodies functionality with an air of elegance reminiscent of yesteryear’s women.
The CELO dress was named after the Celosia Plume, plant popular in Chinese culture because of how they look like a phoenix's tail which is a symbol of luck. The sleeveless fitted silhouette drew inspiration from the Kebaya, with a Mandarin collar twist. Intricate laser cut motifs added were inspired by Peranakan tiles.
CELO was designed with -ai. Buttery Skin Fabric, which features four-way stretch, moisture-wicking capabilities, breathable and is machine-washable.
Model is 1.68m and wearing UK6.
Allows your skin to breathe while preventing the build-up of sweat and bacteria.
Wicks away sweat and moisture, keeping your skin dry and comfortable.
Machine-washable at cold temperatures (30 degrees) and dries quickly. Go over with steamer to straighten, but most of our customers don't actually find that necessary!
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Designed with technical fabrics which are four-way stretch, moisture-wicking, breathability, and machine-washable means you spend less time on worrying about what to wear, and more time on pursuing the things that matter.
Concept to Production
Co-Created with Real Women and Designed in Singapore.
Our designs are silhouette-sensitive as we fine-tune with our community of women. We take into consideration various body shapes, sizes, and heights. Feel free to chat with us to learn your fit.
Stretch, As Intended
We are bump-friendly as well!
Kristen wore her usual sizing of UK 10 pre-pregnancy and the same size at 28 weeks of pregnancy with belly circumference of 94.5cm.
Read the honest scoop on the pieces she loved and how she styled them here.