The Art of Tie-dye in Mahalo

If you think tie-dye will be a fun and fresh accompaniment to your summer, Mahalo can help you with ithat. Unlike your usual tie-dyes, Mahalo’s pieces are more special. Their idea is to bring together modern tie-dye processes and the best materials for the tropics, letting you embrace the art of it while being stylish in their pieces. Inspired by traditional Indonesian batik, they also use Indonesian patterns and colors. If you want to know more about their products, visit their stores in Labuan Sait and Legian.


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