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We have three dress sizes: small, middle and XL. Our flagship products are Ladies Fashion (handmade stretch fabrics and handcrafted cottons). Our manufacturing facilities allow us to design and manufacture for you. For you we design in the quickest possible timeframe. Not only for domestic but also for Asiatic countries.
It is our goal to manufacture garments for imports and export. Delivery by DHL or another logistics provider, 10 to 45 working nights, according to your area.
Virya Couture combines tradition and fashion
Like the other folk costumes in Myanmar, the longgyi is a day-to-day manifestation of Myanmar civilization, a portable artifact that is handed down from generations to generations and, in terms of its styles, colors and design, contains a quiet story of its wearers and ancestors. Fabrics, design and fabrics tell those who can interpret them their own tales of their own regions and ethnicities.
One part of the explanation is that some local handwoven garments with natural dyestuffs can be costly and seem ingenious. Type Pyone Thet Thet Kyaw, who wants to build an internationally recognized women's clothing label that combines folk textile, handwoven fabric and natural color. Having studied with Yangon fashionist Tar Tee last year, she recently opened her Virya Couture shop for females who love to dress in classic and ethnical styles in the contemporary shape of one-piece gowns, shirts and tunics.
The Virya Couture, situated on 39th Street, Kyauktada and opened on 15 October, is called after the Sanskrit terms for "energy" and "diligence". Thet Thet Thet Thet Kyaw has carefully chosen the name. "I have a love for the design and manufacture of clothes," she said. I' ve chosen to make clothing instead of going to school," she said to the Myanmar Times at the opening of Virya Couture.
Working with the Myanmar Mobile Education Project (myME), she and her four co-workers are now planning to provide free design and apparel making courses to impoverished teens, both young men and youngsters working in teahouses. As well as selling ready-made women's apparel, Virya also provides tailorage. Apparel costs begin at 20,000 K, and items of garment made from ethnical materials can be as expensive as 100,000 K.
There are also other footwear and sandal footwear by MH (Myanmar's Heart), clothing accessoires by Amazon Grace and handwoven fabrics by Sunflowers Group.