Dokujisei (from the Japanese word どくじせい, meaning "uniqueness" and "originality")
Dokujisei is a remarkable bolero jacket made from Japanese vintage and shibori silk textiles, offering endless styling possibilities. It can be worn inside-out and upside-down, providing a comfortable fit and the perfect accent for any outfit.
This reversible 4-way jacket showcases the rich world of wearable artistry.
Japanese vintage and shibori silk fabrics
Chinese button fastening
Able to wear it in 4 different ways
Made in Singapore
Free local shipping with no minimum purchase
Free worldwide shipping over S$250
In stock, ready to ship
Inventory on the way
⚠️ Note: Please note that there may be a slight measurement discrepancy of 1-2 cm. Please also note that the actual color of the product may differ slightly from what you see on your monitor/screen due to variations in screen settings and resolution.
We provide free local shipping with no min. purchase, and free international shipping with a min. purchase of S$250 SGD.
All orders are processed within 36 hours of purchase (excluding public holiday). We are not responsible for any customs and import duty charges (if applicable).
*Please note that DGA Threads is not responsible for any lost, stolen, or delayed packages in transit.
Returns are available for all items within 30 days of completed shipment if the conditions are met. For more information, check out our Returns & Refunds Policy.
For a limited time, get this fish pouch for free if you spend a minimum of $150 online!
Terms and conditions apply. Offer valid while stocks last.
⚠️ Please note that for online orders, the fish pouch will be sent randomly, adding an element of surprise to your parcel.
Kaizen (from the Japanese word derived from two Kanji, the first 'Kai' 改, meaning 'change,' and the second 'zen' 善, meaning 'good')
For each one-of-a-kind fish pouch, meticulously crafted in Singapore, with love, multi patterns textiles are artfully combined, the object encompasses drawstrings for ease of use, and different colored wood buttons are added for the eyes to make the fish ‘lively’.
A bleu contemporary Japanese fine cotton fabric lining is added to give body and volume to the creation.