As linen currently features in Summer climates as the fabric of choice, Bali has a year-round thirst for the linen fashion trend. Boasting both classic lines and the latest designs all manufactured at a high quality – you can’t really go wrong with the pieces on offer. We have curated our go-to boutiques for both men’s and women’s linen fashion.
If you are looking for timeless resort wear in linens and natural materials that are perfect for humid tropical climates and beach holidays – Biasa is your high-end answer. Their open-plan store is a peaceful space where the clothing emotes a similar feeling to a boutique art gallery. Biasa is resort wear for the sophisticated man or woman.
Prices: starting from IDR 1,500,000 for a basic piece and increasing in price from there.
We love this store for their sophisticated selection of linen apparel and feminine silk clothing line. Elce women’s boutique is a unique find in the surfing paradise of Canggu. All of their pieces are handmade with quality materials, at relevant price points for a high-quality product.
Jalan Pantai Batu Bolong, No.77, Canggu, Bali
Predominately known for it’s sought after swimwear, Wanderlust stores through Seminyak, Legian and Canggu stock linen clothing lines that are both comfortable and stunning in their silhouettes. Featuring a range of shorts, tops, dresses, skirts and jumpsuits in a variety of colours and linen textures. You will be sure to find a great find.
Prices: ranging from IDR 250,000 – 1,500,000
Lulu Yasmine is an up-market Bali brand that has been curated by a French-Brazilian designer. Their clothing is delicate with unique and feminine designs, rich in embroideries, beadworks and lace styles with pieces starting from IDR 1,500,000.
This brand originated from Bali and has been firmly on the map for the past 20 years. All of their designs are influenced by a resort-style tropical living and are handmade in Bali. They host a range of linen fashion for both men and women in a variety of colour palettes and pieces.
Prices: ranging from IDR 800,000 for a pair of women’s shorts to IDR 2,000,000 for a linen jacket – their prices reflect the high-quality product on offer.
Cove’s approach to fashion is unique as they want you to feel the island-style living whilst wearing a piece of laidback luxury. They take influence from alluring coastal destinations like Ibiza, Bali and Mexico whilst their designs reflect a pastel-toned colour palette using organic linens.
Prices: ranging from IDR 800,000 – 1,500,000 + their vast array of designs are unique to their store.
Above the Clouds is a menswear line that is ethically produced and designed in Bali. Offering a range of shirts, tees, shorts and pants that aim to suit a comfortable, stylish and laidback lifestyle. Available in a neutral-toned colour palette that has pops of colour which has been naturally dyed.
Prices: Reasonably priced from IDR 500,000 – 1,000,000
Sage Store Bali
Sage Store Bali is located on Jalan Padma in Legian. It is a linen lover’s dream with beautiful homewares, accessories and a diverse line of neutral coloured linen fashion. Their designs are super wearable and include skirts, tops, jumpsuits, rompers, dresses and pants.
Prices start from IDR 450,000 for basics and range to IDR 1,350,000 for a jumpsuit or dress.
Frockk is a women’s fashion boutique that uses natural fibres such as linen in their designs as it is a breathable fabric suited to humid or warm climates. Their designs are created and manufactured in Bali and are aimed at being, staple wardrobe pieces that do not go out of style.
Prices: Starting from IDR 1,200,000 for a women’s top and proceeding upwards from there for dresses, pants and skirts.
Bali has emerged as the fashion designer hub in Asia both for manufacturing as well as designing. They are setting the trends for the Asia Pacific region and beyond with their forward-thinking linen fashion designs at affordable price points – all being made at the highest quality standards. With so much emergence, Canggu, Seminyak, Legian and Ubud are fast becoming go-to boutique shopping hotspots.
Now that you have an outfit, you’ll need a place to wear it – we suggest checking out one of the many beach clubs between Canggu and Legian.